Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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 "v y 2 C Ck I ? oe acvQ., ■SuTlfi C k. . 'W=vs- c- Vooy N . UeocWi The Spirit Staff presents YOU AND YOUR SPIRIT Nineteen Hundred Fifty Ames High School Ames, IowaYour mid-century edition of the Spirit is dedicated to you. the reader —to your happiness and to your dreams of the future. May you find among its pages the favorite memories of your 1950 year at the Ames High School.1950 Spirit Staff Editorial staff Joyce Gray, editor Barbara Heywood Norma Hedrick Advertising staff Tom Earl, editor Mary Jane Arnold Patty Harder Jane Allen Art Barnes Elaine Griffith Jo Hoffman Joan Holcomb Joyce Hoi.dredoe Betty Lou Jones Joan Mikkei.son John Nichols La Vonne Peterson E i ea N( r Roth ac k er Norma Roelofson Elizabeth Sea m a n Bev Scheuermann M a root Schmidt John Weber Art staff Anne Kniths. editor Marian Martin Business staff Martha Stuber. manager John Maney Don Rouze Mary Riebson Marcia McGuire ( 'laire Thomas Sue Brown Ei at art co-editors N )RTON MEZVINSKY Elizabeth L. Martin Eublicitg staff Dorothy Parsons, editor Gordon Shebherd Harold Olson Photograph! staff Jane Mendon. editor Amy Cooke Nfaff di otogra h t rs Jim Chamdlin Phil Arthur Fred Allen 1 iris sports editor Helen Stoaks Hogs sports editor Edgar Griffith Tgping staff Barbara Sherman, mgr, Ellen ('ui.bektson Helen Turpin Patsy Steele Audrey Townsend I Iari.ene Roberson Mary 11ayengaCONTENTS Administration Seniors Underclassmen Athletics Organizations ActivitiesAmes High Each member of tlx school board is elected for a three year term in March. By stagger- ing the election of the five members exper- ienced members are always on the board. A secretary is appointed each year by the board, and a treasurer is elected every two years. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month in the high school building. The members of he school board are Kay Funningharn. J. I). Taylor. Frank Adams, X. J. Brintnail. Mrs. Tom Maney, Hiram Munn. treasurer of the board, and Frank Howell, secretary of the board. As secretary. Mr. Howell records board, proceedings and keeps financial reports. Special duties include the purchase of cer- tain school supplies, being responsible for the rental of school property to outside organ- izations. supervising school plant mainten ance and custodians as well as being in charge of construction work. Situated at the first door on your left at the north entrance is I)r. Steven X. Watkins, superintendent. His office is the coordinat ing hub for the public school system Dr. Steven X. Watkins, superintendent of schools The Ames Board of Education, coordinator of the Ames Public schools, fixes the policies of the system, hires all school personnel, sets tin budget for the school district, reviews and extends the school curriculum, and keeps cheek on the operation of the school system. Special emphasis on enlarging and improving the pub- lic school system this last year has resulted in a new remodeled gymnasium as well as new shower and dress- ing room facilities in the Central Junior High School Building. Beardshcar and Lincoln grade schools are com- pletely remodeled and plans have been laid for tin modern relighting of Roosevelt grade school this summer. The replacement of Franklin school with a newer type struc- ture is in the planning stage at the present time. Twentieth and Burnett streets and Woodland avenue are the sites for two grade school buildings to be built in the near future. Mrs. Grai cc Elliott and Miss Laura Sayre, superintendent office secretaries SixAdministration and ho re all records and reports are tiled. The other members who make this an etVi- eient renter are Mrs. Clrayce Klliott. secre- tary. and Miss Laura Sayre, stenographer. Fifty firesquad-size steps south, around the corner and beyond the swinging gate Mr. ('. Herbert Adams, principal of Ames High, may be located. A day for him con- sists of planning a new curricula for the •150 students, interviewing student teachers, welcoming visitors, dictating administ ra- tional letters, giving numerous unscheduled conferences to individual students, making plans for new classes in the fall and adding the master touch to projects which con- tinually make Ames High noted for its high standards and ideals. The chief cooks who sift tin- urgent and important business from tin daily matters are Miss Mary O’Neill, head secretary, and Miss Beverly flore. assistant secretary. Fol- lowing Miss O’Neill’s resignation in March. Miss flore became tin '‘right hand” for Mr. Adams. Senior girls who volunteered their time Mr. Herbert Adams, principal Miss Mary O'Neill and Miss lire dorr, principal office secretaries to work in the office and collect attendance slips, write passes, type letters and mimeograph records are Mar llriley, Louise Burnham. Arlene Daniels, dan flcrbrach, Pat Hahn. Norma Hauber, Barb Hevwood, Jo Hoffman. Martha Judge. Marilyn Klein. Liz A. Martin, Liz L. Martin. Jane Mendon. Marilyn Norton. Dorothy Parsons. LaYonne Peterson, Norma Uoelofsen. Darlene Roberson, Margot Schmidt. Barb Sherman. Patsy Steele and Avoncll Zenor. Junior office assistants are Connie Moore. Klcanor kothackcr. Jan Sawyer and Joan Stock. The corner of the building that sees the sunset offices Dr. Kenneth C. Picrcy, physician, and Mrs. Kva Skarshaug, nurse. Besides holding health conferences, they sponsor a pro- gram in all of the schools, give routine physicals and distribute medical advice. SevenAdministration Steven .V. Watkins. . . I). Taylor, .V. . . Hrintnall. Kay Cunninyham. Mrs. T. . . Maury, frank Adams. Frank Howell, Hoard of Education Mr inkers. School nurse. Fra Skarshauy. and Hr. K. C. Picrcy inspecting Hon Anderson Frank '. Hou'ell, secretary of the Hoard of Education EiyhtTeachers RONALD R. EASTER physics, chemistry, radio club MADELINE CANVIN taping, bookkeeping. awards committee ELIZABETH DICKINSON librarian, library club, junior Red Cross council EVERETT RITLAND boys' adviser, vocational counselor, American lit- erature. student council, Hi-Y, adult education director RUTH MILLER algebra, solid geometry, trigonometry. Girl Reserve, Firesguad WILL ENGELLAND world history. American history, asst. Hi-Y spon- sor. senior class sponsor EDNA ROWER vocal music ALDRICH PAUL sophomore and advanced speech, debate, beginning and advanced dramatics RONALD NORMAN American history, basket ball, golf, football assist. WANDA REX shorthand, typing, pep club, assembly commit- tee. social committee ELMER AURAND DIANE WITTE boys' and girls’ art supervisor, noon hour industrial arts recreation •Vi noTeachers HIRAM COVKY economics, sociology. sen- ior problems, track, asst, foot hull, sophomore, basket bull EDNA WILCOX A merican literature Girl Rest ri e LAWRENCE SIMMERING mechanical tlrawing, in- dust rial arts, work ex- perience, junior class counselor and sponsor, citizenship torn m it tee CHARLOTTE NELSON girls' adviser, journalism, problems in written and oral expression, cubs' club. Web. Girl Reserve, life adjustment program RAY SMALLING industrial arts, boy's phy- sical education, sopho- more football, football scout, intramural director KENNETH PAGE b u s j n e s s arithmetic. .1 merican government, audio-visual director HELEN PENNER cafeteria supervisor RICHARD DAY instrumental music sup- ervisor, band, orchestra, pep band RICHARD TRUMP biology, chemistry. Simkit. photography club OPAL ROBINSON girls' physical education. G.A.A.. girls' intramurals, cheer squad, pep club MARY ELLEN SHEAEFER girls' and boys' home economies KENNETH WELLS athletic director, .boys' physical education, foot- ball. track and basket- ball assistant, varsity club TenJOHN JARVIS Spanish. English. ji class sponsor Teachers JEAN MILLER string music supervisor, string ensemble MARY McNALLY world literature. prob- lems in n ritten and oral exprt ssion. guidance counselor, gene ra I treasurer DONALD HARTT English, athletic treas- urer. tennis WILLIAM SLAICHERT ROSE ELLIOT plane geometri , awards Latin committee, bogs' intramurals ElevenAmes High - - Teachers? TwelveSeniorsSenior Senate TOP: Mr. Engellund. Champlin. Ed Griffith. H. Olson. Mumm. S. Myers. MIDDLE: Arney. Midgorden, E. Olsson. I). Johndrc-jiu. FRONT: Stoaks, M. Getz. M. Judso, Parsons, Mendon. 11« ;» ! size 22 inches, height 65 inches,” ami so with the measuring for raps and gowns Ames High graduatcs-to-be began to look forward to the activities of senior week. May 19 and 20 were the dates of the first event, the presentation of tin- senior class play Jane Eyre by Wall Spence. Baccalaureate followed on May 28 with the Reverend Herbert L. Bryant of Ames addressing the group. Visions of food and fun for everyone were in the minds of seniors as they made preparations for their picnic and prom. Senior activities came to a close with Com- mencement on June 2. The Reverend Gaylord Couchman of Dubuque delivered the address. Although lots of thought was focused on col- leges and vocations, seniors, nevertheless, were also thinking about their “good old Ames High days.'' Days filled with sports, music and dramatics, work and play, dances and parties, as well as classes will be long remembered. Homecoming queen was Liz L. Martin. Martha St uber and Barb Hey wood were attendente. Spirit Sweetheart for the “Spirit Special” midyear dance was Margaret Getz. Her attend- ees were Jane Mendon and Martha Stuber. Jim Champlin, Bob Buck. Harold Olson and Dick Cox were placed on All-Star football teams. Jim was elected captain of Ames High's Central Iowa conference champs. Bob Buck and Dick Cox were members of All- Conference basketball teams. Bob was also elected basketball captain. Student body presidents were John Bravton, first semester, and Kd Griffith, second semester. Although seniors will be separated in the next years, one tie they will always maintain—the determination to keep their traditional “aims high.” FourteenPaul D. A hail Betty Adrienne Almquist Jane Allen Ruth Elizabeth Anderson Don Arney Arthur Bappc David L. Bappe Norman Bear Willa Jean Beck ley Larry B. Bork Dorothy Bowers Janies Robert Anderson L. Charles Arnold Joyce Delores Ballard Thomas E. Barnard Robert Leslie Bates Conrad Berhow James Edward Blyth Ann Brannberg Bloomfield John H. Brayton FifteenMary E. Briley Odule B. Bine Louise Burnham Robert L. B.vrus James Lund Champlin I eslie Boyd Clauson Marlys June Comstock Otis D. Corbin Ruth Ann Dahl Norman S. Dale Robert O’Neal Buck Nancy K. Burger Bette Carpenter Gary E. Carr Sally Cleary Helen Jean Cody Richard Lee Cox Ellen Culbertson Mary Arlene Daniels Marlene Louise Davis SixteenRichard Donald Dunlap Thomas L. Earl Lucille Marilyn Erickson Dewey Fitch Betty Gallagher Jan C. Gerbrach June Beverly Gord Joyce Ann Gray Myrtle Elaine Griffith Patricia Hahn Iris L. Edwards Norman F. Edwards Delores J. Fletcher Reinhard Friedrich Margaret Jean Getz Roberta J. Gillpatrick Robert Austin Griffin Edgar Griffith Norma Jean Hauber Sally Joan Haverly SeventeenMary Hayenga Mary Lee Mealy JoAnn F. Hoffman Marilyn Hold redge Jack Hutchison Alice Jean Irvine Robert Win. Johns Edward W. Johns Martha Judge Barbara Ann Hey wood Jam -» Hoffrnan Edna Hoover Norman Ray Howerton David Paul Jehlik Dave Johndreau William D. Johnson Betty Louise Jones Pat Kelley Donald Kjerland Biyhiet nBarbara Anne Knutlis Rodney Palo Lake Elizabeth Ann Martin Elizabeth L. Martin Norton Mezvinsky John Leonard Midgorden Richard Mumm Stan Myers Dean Obrecht William D. Ohlsen William Lee La Wanda Anoka Lilian! (Jordon McDaniel Mary Jane Mendon Joanne M. Mik kelson Pat Morrissey Larry Nigh Marilyn J. Norton Harold W. Olson Beverly Ott NineteenDorothy Parsons Phillip T. Pearson Robert Roland Peterson Phyllis Elaine Pierson Charles E. Quade Mary Ellen Rierson Norman P. Robinson Wayne Robinson Maurice L. Salisbury Arthur F. Schanche Edna Raye Penly LaVonne A. Peterson Donald H. Platt Wilma Mae Potee Darlene Louise Roberson George A. Robinson Norma Jean Roelofse Margot Schmidt Richard L. Schory TiccntyBarbara Ellen Sherman Grant land V. Shipp Gerald Spear Catherine Smith Helen J. St oaks Martha Louisa Stubei Stanford L. Trumbower Joan Todd Dale Utter Pauline Utter Joseph McCall Sowers Mark Sowers Patsy Ann Steele Winifred A. Stein Robert W. Taylor Richard B. Tripp Audrey Ann Townsend Helen Arnett a Turpin Donna L. Vore John Weber Twenty-oneSenior Activities AIIAKT, PAUL D.: Junior «-lass play: Cubs club 2: Firesquad 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Mixed chorus 1.2; Track 1. ALLEN. JANE: Dramatics 2.3; G.A.A. 1.2: Girl Reserve 2.3, representative 3; Glee club 2; Simkit 3. Moved from Milford 2. ALMQUIST, BETTY ADRIENNE; G.A.A. 1.2.3; point recorder 3. representative 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. ANDERSON. JAMES ROBERT: Band 1.2.3; Fire- squad 1.2.3. firechief 3: Hi-Y 1.2.3, treasurer 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 1,2. secretary 2; Intramural council 1; Golf 1.2.3; Varsity club 3. ANDERSON. RUTH ELIZABETH: Band 1.2; Cheersquad 2.3: Cubs club 1.2; Dramatics 1.3; Film Operator's club 3; G.A.A. 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1,2.3. cabinet 3: Glee club 2; Junior Red Cross council 1.2; Library club 3: Mixed chorus 1; Pep club 2.3; Spirit 1. ARNEY. DON: Basketball 1.2.3; Firesquad 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3. president 2.3; Homeroom president 1; Intramural council 1.2; Senior senate: Student council 1: Track 1.2.3; Varsity club 1.2.3. ARNOLD. L. CHARLES: Film Operator's club 3; Firesquad 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Track 1.2. BALLARD. JOYCE DELORES: G.A.A. 1.2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Library club 1. BAPPE. ARTHUR: Film Operator's club 1.2.3. vice president 3; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Spirit 2; Track 1.2.3. BAPPE. DAVID L.: Basketball 1.2.3; Football 1.2. 3; Hi-Y 1,2,3. representative 1.2; Homeroom president 1; Student council 1; Track 1.2; Varsity club 2.3. BARNARD. THOMAS E.: Firesquad 1.2.3: Foot- ball 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. representative 1: Homeroom president 2; Intramural council 3; Junior Red Cross council 1; Student council 2; Track 1.2.3: Varsity club 3. BATES. ROBERT LESLIE: Dramatics 1,2: Film Operator's club 3; Hi-Y 1.2,3. BEAR. NORMAN: Basketball 1; Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 3; Intramural council 3; Junior Red Cross council 1; Track 1.2. BECKLEY. WTLLA JEAN: G.A.A 1.2.3. president 3. representative 1: intramural chairman 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3; Library club 1.2. BERHOW. CONRAD: Football 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 2. activity director 3: Track 1.2; Varsity club 3. BLYTH. JAMES EDWARD: Hi-Y 1.2.3. BORE, LARRY B.: Band 1,2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Home- room activity director 2; Orchestra 1.2.3. president 3; Senior senate. BOWERS. DOROTHY: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. BLOOMFIELD. ANN BR ANN BERG: G.A.A. 1.2.3. cabinet 2. representative 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Glee club 2: Junior Red Cross 1: Library club 3: Mixed chorus 1.2. BRAYTON. JOHN H.: Basketball 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 1.2.3, vice president 1,2; Homeroom secretary 2; Mixed chorus 1: Student council 3; Student Body president 3; Track 1.2. BRILEY. MARY E.: G.A.A. 2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3, representative 3: Glee club 2.3; Library club 1; Mixed Chorus 1. BRI E. ODALE B.: Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3: Mixed chorus 1; Track 1.2.3. BUCK. ROBERT O'NEAL: Basketball 1.2.3. cap- tain 3; Firesquad 1; Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Home- room vice president 2: Track 1.2.3; Varsity club 1.2.3. president 3. Bl'RGER. NANCY K.: Dramatics 1.2; G.A.A. 1.3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3; Junior Red Cross council 2; Library club 1.2. BURNHAM. LOUISE: Dramatics 1.2; G.A.A. 1.2.3. representative 3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3; Homeroom secretary 1.2. RYRUS, ROBERT L.: Firesquad 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. ( RRENTER. BETTE JO: G.A.A. 2.3; Girl Reserve 0 Moved from Scottsblutf. Nebraska 2. CARR. GARY E.: Football 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2,3. rep- resentative 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 1. activity director 3; Intramural council 2; Mixed chorus 1.2: Track 2.3; Varsity club 3. CHAM PL IN. JAMES LUND: Basketball 1; Choir 1,2; Junior Class play; Football 1.2.3. captain 3: Hi-Y 1.2.3. representative 2; Homeroom activity director 2. Twenty-twopresident 3: Senior senate; Sim kit staff 2.3; Student council 3: Tennis 3: Track 1,2: Varsity club 1.2,3. historian 3. CI-AUSON. LESLIE BOYD: Choir 2.3; Film Oper- ator’s club 1,2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Mixed chorus 1; Tennis 1.2; Track 1. CLEARY. SALLY: Girl Reserve 1.2.3; Glee club 2.3. CODY. HELEN JEAN: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. COMSTOCK. MARI.YS JUNE: G.A.A. 1.2.3. cabinet 2. representative 1,3. point recorder 2: Girl Reserve 1.2.3, representative 1. CORBIN. OTIS P.: Hi-Y 1,2.3; Junior Red Cross council 2; Radio club 2.3. COX. RICHARD LEE: Basketball 1.2.3: Band 1.2; Choir 1.2; Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom vie» president 1: Track 1.2.3: Varsity club 1.2,3. vice president 3. CULBERTSON. ELLEN: Cubs club 1.2; Dramatics 1: Girl Reserve 1.2,3; Homeroom secretary 1; Spirit 3. DAHL. RUTH ANN: Band 1.2.3: Choir 3; Dra- matics 1; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 2. represen- tative 1; Junior Red Cross council 2.3; Library club 3; Orchestra 1.2.3. vice president 3; String ensemble 2.3. DALE, NORMAN S.: Junior Class play; Film Oper- ator’s club 2.3: Football 1.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom president 2: Intramural council 3; Student council 2. DANIELS. MARY ARLENE: Film Operator’s club 3; G.A.A. representative 3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. rep- resentative 3. DAVIS. MARLENE LOUISE: G.A.A. 1.2.3. rep- resentative 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 1.2: Homeroom secretary 2: Mixed chorus 1; Pep club 3. treasurer 3. DUNLAP. RICHARD DONALD: Dramatics 1.2; Film Operator’s club 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Radio club 1,2; vice president 2. president 3; Track 3. EARL. THOMAS L.: Choir 2.3; Football 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom president 1; Mixed chorus 1; Spirit 2.3; Spirit staff 3: Student council 1: Tennis 1.2.3. captain 2; Varsity club 1.2.3. EDWARDS, IRIS L.: G.A.A. 1.2,3. representative 2: Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Junior Red Cross council 1. EDWARDS, NORMANT) F.: Football 1; Hi-Y 1.2.3. representative 2: Track 1. ERICKSON. LUCILLE MARILYN: Cubs club 2; Dramatics 1.2; G.A.A. 1.2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Home- room secretary 2: Library club 1.2; Pep club 2.3. FITCH. DEWEY: Basketball 1: Film Operator’s club 1; Football 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 3. repre- sentative 3: Homeroom president 2. activity director 1; Student council 2; Track 1.2; Varsity club 3. FLETCHER. DELORES J.: Girl Reserve 1.2.3; Glee club 2; Junior Red Cross council 1; Mixed Chorus 1. FRIEDRICH. REINHARD: Band 1.2.3. vice pres- ident 2; Choir 2.3, librarian 3: Firesquad 2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Class treasurer 2; Junior Executive council: Mixed chorus 1. GALLAGHER. BETTY: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. rep- resentative 2. GERBRACH. JAN C.: Dramatics 1.2; G.A.A. 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3; Homeroom vice pres- ident 3; Library club 1.2.3. president 3: Mixed chorus 2; Spirit 3. GETZ. MARGARET JEAN: Choir 3: Dramatics 1.2; G.A.A. 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 2. re; • resentative 1; Glee club 2; Homeroom vice president 2; Junior Red Cross council 3: Mixed chorus 1; ’er club 3; Senior senate 3. GILLPATRICK. ROBERTA J.: Choir 1.2.3. robe keeper 2. vice president 3: Junior class play: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3: Glee club 1.2; Homeroom vice president 1.2; Pep club 2.3. GORD. JUNE BEVERLY: G.A.A. 1.2.3; Girl Re- serve 1.2.3; Junior Red Cross council 2. GRAY. JOYCE ANN: Dramatics 1; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3. representative 1; Homeroom pres- iilent 1.2: Junior Red Cross council 1; Pep club 1.2.3: Spirit staff 2, editor 3; Student council 1.2. treasurer 1. secretary 2. treasurer of state organization 2.3. GRIFFIN. ROBERT: Band 1.2.3: Football 1.2,3; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Orchestra 1.3; Track 1.2. GRIFFITH, EDGAR L.: Basketball 1.2.3; Choir 3; Firesquad 1.2.3. secretary 3: Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3; Homeroom president 3; Intramural coun- cil 2: Mixed chorus 1.2: Spirit 3; Senior senate 3: Student council 3. Student Body president 3: Track 1.2.3: Varsity club 2.3. treasurer 3. GRIFFITH, MYRTLE ELAINE: Dramatics 1; G.A.A. 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 1. secretary 2; Glee club 1,2,3: Homeroom vice president 1,2; Pep club 1.2.3: Spirit 3. HAHN. PATRICIA ANN: G.A.A. 1: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 2: Homeroom activity director 1; Junior Red Cross council 1. HAUBER. NORMA JEAN: Band 1.2; G.A.A. 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 2: Homeroom secre- tary 2; Mixed chorus 1; Orchestra 2. HAYERLY. SALLY JOAN: Band 2: Junior class play; Dramatics 1.2.3; Girl Reserve 1.2,3. HAYENGA. MARY I.: Band 1.2.3. librarian 2: Junior class play: Dramatics 1.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3; Homeroom activity director 2: Orchestra 1.2.3. secretary 3; Spikii 3. HEALY, MARY LEE: Girl Reserve 3. Moved from Wilson. Kansas 3. HEYWOOD. BARBARA ANN: Cheersquad 3; Dramatics 1; Girl Reserve 1.2.3; Glee club 1.2: Jun- ior Red Cross council 1: Pep club 1.2.3. president 3: Spirit staff 3; Student council 1; Homeroom pres- ident 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3. HOFFMAN. JOANN F.: G.A.A. 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3: Glee club 1; Homeroom secretary 1. vice president 2; Junior Red Cross council 1; Library club 2: Pep club 2.3: Spirit 3. HOFFMAN. JAMES G.: Hi-Y 1.2.3. HOLDREDGE. MARILYN: G.A.A. 1; Girl Reserve L2.3. HOOVER. EDNA: G.A.A. 1.2.3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3: Homeroom secretary 3. HOWERTON, NORMAN RAY: Hi-Y 3. Moved from Galena. Kansas. HUTCHISON, JACK: Hi-Y 1.2.3: Homeroom vice president 3: Intramural council 1; Track 1.2.3. IRVINE. ALICE JEAN: Choir 1.2.3. secretary 3; Cubs club 2: Dramatics 1.2.3; Junior Red Cross coun- cil 3. JEIILIK. DAVID PAUL: Band 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Orchestra 1.2.3. JOHNDREAU, DAVE: Class vice president 3: Fire- squad 1.2.3. president 3: Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3; Home- room president 2. secretary 3: Senior s« nate; Student council 2; Student treasurer 1.2.3. JOHNS. EDWARD W.: Hi-Y 1.2.3: Radio club 2.3; Track 1. JOHNS, ROBERT WILLIAM: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Radio club 2.3; Track 1. JOHNSON. WILLIAM I).: Football 1.2; Junior Red Cross council 3: Radio club 2.3. JONES. BETTY LOUISE: Band 1.2.3. librarian 3; Debate 3: G.A.A. 1.2.3. cabinet 3. intramural director 3. representative 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 2; Glee club 1.2. vice president 2; Homeroom president 1, activity director 2.3; Junior Red Cross council 3. activity director 3: Student council 1. JORGENSON. NAOMI DAWN: G.A.A. 1,2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3; Mixed Chorus 1. JUDGE. MARTHA: Class secretary 3; Cubs club 1; Girl Reserve 1.2,3. cabinet 2. representative 1; Junior Red Cross council 3. vice president 3: Pep club 2.3: Senior senate 3: Spirit 3. Twenty-threeKELLEY, PAT: Basketball 1.2; Football 3; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Homeroom secretary 1: Intramural council 1: Mixed chorus 1; Golf 1.2.3. KIRBY. PAUL It.: Film Operator's club 1,2.3: Football 1; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Radio club 1.2. KJERLAND, DONALD: Band 1.2.3: Choir 1; Hi-Y 1,2,3: Homeroom activity director 2: Orchestra 3: Radio club 2.3. secretary 2. treasurer 3. KNUTHS. BARBARA ANNE: Dramatics 1: Girl Reserve 1.2,3: Glee club l: Homeroom secretary l. vice president 2; Pep club 1.3. secretary 3; Swan staff 3. LAKE. RODNEY DALE: Golf 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Radio club 2.3. president 2. vice president 3. LEE. WILLIAM: Basketball 1: Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1,2.3: Homeroom activity director 1; Track 1.2; Varsity club 3; Golf 3. LILLARI), LA WANDA ANOKA: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. MARTIN. ELIZABETH ANN: Band 2.3; Cubs club; G.A.A. 2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3; Glee club 1.2,3, secretary 2. president 3: Orchestra 1.2.3, librarian 3. MARTIN. ELIZABETH L.: Choir 3; Class play 2.3: Cubs club 1.2; G.A.A. 2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3. president 3: Glee club 2: Homeroom pres- ident 1; Mixed chorus 1. president 1; Pep club 1.2.3: Spikit 2.3: Student council 1. McDANIEL, GORDON: Football 3; Hi-Y 3: Track 3. Moved from South Sioux City, Nebraska 3. MENDON. MARY JANE: Class secretary 2; Cubs club 1; G.A.A. 2.3. cabinet 3. social chairman 3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 2. representative 3: Glee club 1; Homeroom vice president 1. secretary 2. president 3: Junior Executive council: Junior Red Cross council 1; Pep club 2.3, vice president 3; Senior Senate; Spikit staff 2.3: Student council 3. MEZVINSKY, NORTON: Class president 2; Cubs club 1: Debate 3: Firesquad 1.2.3: Football 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3. representative 2.3; Homeroom president 1: Intramural council 2: Junior Executive council; Spikit 3; Student council 1: Track 1.2: Varsity club 3. MIDGORDEN, JOHN LEONARD: Band 1.2.3: Choir 1.2.3, president 3: Hi-Y 1.2,3: Homeroom secretary 1. president 2: Intramural council 2: Junior Executive council; Orchestra 2; Senior senate: Student coun- cil 2. MIKKELSON. JOANNE M.: Choir 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3, cabinet 3. representative 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Spirit 3. MORRISSEY, PAT: G.A.A. 1.2,3. representative 3: Girl Reserve 1.2,3. representative 2; Glee club 1,2.3; Homeroom activity director 3. MUMM. RICHARD: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Cabinet 2; Home- room president 3; Student council 3. vice president 3. MYERS. STANLEY B.: Firesquad 2.3: Hi-Y 1,2.3; Homeroom activity director 1. [«resident 3: Senior senate; Student council 3. NIGH. LARRY: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Radio club 2.3. NORTON. MARILYN J.: Dramatics 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3. representative 3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3. rep- resentative 1; Glee club 1.2; Homeroom secretary 3: Pep club 3. OBRECHT, DEAN: Hi-Y 1.2.3. OHLSEN. WILLIAM I).: Film Operator's club 2.3; Radio club 2.3. president 2: Golf 1.2.3. OLSON. HAROLD W.: Choir 2: Class president 3: Firesquad 1.2.3; Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1,2.3: Homeroom president 1.2: Junior Red Cross council 2. president 2; Senior Senate; Student council 1.2; Track 1.2.3: Varsity club 3. OLSSON, ERNEST E.: Hi-Y 3: Senior Senate 3: Student council 3. Moved from Kansas City. Missouri. OTT. BEVERLY: Choir 3: Cubs club 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2.3. representative 2: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3. representative 2: Glee club 1.2: Junior Red Cross council 1; Pep club 3: Spirit 2.3: Student treasurer 1.2.3. PARSONS. DOROTHY: Cubs club 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2.3. cabinet 3. vice president 3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 2; Glee club 2: Homeroom president 3; Junior Exe- cutive council: Mixed chorus 1: Senior senate; Spirit 2.3; Student council 3. PEARSON. PHILLIP T.: Band 1.2.3. vice president 2: Football 3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3. secretary 2.3; Homeroom president 1.2. secretary 3; Orchestra 2: Student council 1.2: Track 1.2.3. PENLY. EDNA RAYE: Dramatics 1.2; G.A.A. 1: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3: Homeroom acti- vity director 1. PETERSON. LAVONNE A.: Junior Class play: G.A.A. 1,2.3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3, cabinet 3. representa- tive 2: Homeroom secretary 2; Junior Red Cross council 1: Library club 2: Pep club 3; Spirit 3. PETERSON. ROBERT ROLAND: Basketball 1; Choir 1.2; Film Operator's club 1.2,3, president 3: Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Junior Red Cross council 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Student council 2: Track 1,2.3: Var- sity club 2.3. PIERSON. PHYLLIS ELAINE: Choir 2.3: Junior Class play; Dramatics 1.2.3; Girl Reserve 1.2,3. cabi- net 3. representative 2: Glee club 1.2; Junior Red Cross council 1.2.3; Spirit 2. PLATT. DONALD H.: Basketball 1.2; Band 1.2,3: Golf 1,2,3; Varsity club 1.2.3. secretary 3. POTEE. WILMA MAE: G.A.A. 1.2.3. representa- tive 2; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 2: Home- room secretary 3; Library club 3. QUADE, CHARLES E.: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 1. Twenty-fourRIERSON, MARY ELLEN: Cubs club 2; Dramatics 2,3: G.A.A. 2,3: Girl Reserve 2.3. cabinet 3: Home- room secretary 3: Rep club 3: Spirit 3. Moved from Milford 2. ROBERSON. DARLENE LOUISE: Dramatics 1: G.A.A. 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1,2,3: Glee club 2; Mixed Chorus 1: Spirit 3. ROBINSON. GEORGE A.: Band 1.2,3, president 3: Choir 2,3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Radio club 2.3. president 3. ROBINSON. NORMAN P.: Band 1: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Homeroom activity director 2; Intramural council 2: Radio club 2.3: Tennis 1.2.3. ROBINSON. WAYNE: Hi-Y 1.2.3. ROELOFSEN, NORMA JEAN: Band 1.2.3. librarian 2; Class vice president 2: G.A.A. 1.2.3, representative 1: Girl Reserve 1.2,3. cabinet 2. representative 1. pres- ident 3: Homeroom vice president 1: Junior Exe- cutive council: Pep club 1.2.3: Spirit 3. ROWE. KENNETH G.: Junior Class play: Debate 3: Dramatics 2.3: Film Operator’s club 3: Football 1: Hi-Y 1.2.3. cabinet 2.3: Homeroom activity di- rector 3. SAILSBURY. MAURICE L.: Hi-Y 1,2.3: Homeroom activity director 1. vice president 1; Intramural council 2. SCHANCHE. ARTHUR F.: Choir 1.2.3: Junior class play: Cubs club 1.2: Debate 3: Dramatics 1.3: Hi-Y 1,2.3; Homeroom activity director 1: Intramural council 3: Junior Red Cross council 1.2: Track 1. SCHMIDT. MARGOT: Cubs club 3: Dramatics 1.2: G.A.A. 1,2,3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3: Junior Red Cross council 1; Library club 1,2.3. president 3: Spirit 2.3. SCHORY. RICHARD L.: Band 1.2,3. secretary- treasurer 2; Cubs club 2: Hi-Y 1,2,3; Homeroom vice president 1. secretary 1. activity director 2. vice pres- ident 3: Intramural council 1.2.3: Orchestra 1.2.3. treasurer 3. SCHULTZ. CHUCK: Dramatics 3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Mix- ed Chorus 1.3; Senior senate 3. SHERMAN. BARBARA ELLEN: Dramatics 1; Film Operator’s club 3. secretary 3: G.A.A. 2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2,3, cabinet 3. representative 2. treasurer 3: Spirit 3. SHIPP. GRANTLAND V.: Band 1.2; Choir 1.2.3: Football 3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 2. activity director 3: Varsity club 3. SOWERS. JOSEPH McCALL: Firesquad 1,2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. representative 1: Homeroom activity di- rector 3: Intramural council 1; Mixed chorus 1. SOWERS. MARK: Basketball 1.2; Firesquad 1: Football 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3. representative 3; Home- room vice president 1. SPEAR. GERALD: Football 3: Hi-Y 3. Moved from Eddyville, Iowa 3. SMITH. CATHERINE: Junior Class play: Dra- matics 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2: Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Homeroom secretary 1: Junior Executive council 2. STEELE. PATSY ANN: Band 1.2.3: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3. representative 1; Glee club 1.2.3: Mixed chorus 2; Orchestra 1,2.3. secretary 3; Spirit 3. STEIN. WINIFRED A.: Dramatics 1.2.3: G.A.A. 1.2,3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Junior Red Cross coun- cil 3. STOAKS, HELEN J.: Class treasurer 3; Junior Class play: Dramatics 1.2.3: Film Operator’s club 2.3: G.A.A. 1.2.3. representative 2: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabi- net 3. representative 2; Senior senate: Spirit 3. STUBER. MARTHA LOUISA: Choir 3: Junior class play: G.A.A. 2.3. representative 2: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. cabinet 3. representative 2: Glee club 1.2: Pep club 3; Spirit 2; Spirit staff 3. TAYLOR. ROBERT W.: Hi-Y 1.2.3: Homeroom activity director 1. secretary 1.2. president 2: Student council 2. TRIPP. RICHARD B.: Band 1.2.3: Choir 1.2.3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Orchestra 3: Track 1.2.3. TRUMBOWER. STANFORD L.: Football 3: Hi-Y 2.3: Tiack 2.3. Moved from Napier 2. TODD. JOAN: Band 3; Girl Reserve 3. Moved from Louisville. Illinois 3. TOWNSEND. AUDREY ANN: G.A.A. 2.3; Girl Reserve 1.2.3: Homeroom president 1.2; Junior Red Cross council 2; Library club 1.2.3. secretary 3; Pep club 2.3: Spirit 3: Student council 1.2. TURPIN. HELEN ARNETTA: Girl Reserve 2.3. representative 3: Spirit 3. UTTER. DALE: Hi-Y 1.2.3: Radio club 2.3. UTTER. PAULINE: Dramatics 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2,3, representative 1: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representative 3. VORE, DONNA L.: Girl Reserve 1.2.3. representa- tive 2: Junior Red Cross council 1. WEBER. JOHN: Film Operator’s club 1.2.3, pres- ident 3: Hi-Y 1.2.3; Homeroom vice president 1. pres- ident 2: Intramural council 3; Junior Red Cross council 2: Mixed chorus 2: Spirit 3; Student council 2: Track 1. WETTELAND. S. JEAN: G.A.A. 1; Girl Reserve 1,2,3: Junior Red Cross council 1. WOODKE. WILLIAM C.: Hi-Y 3. Moved from Story City 3. WRIGHT, DEAN: Football 1; Hi-Y 1.2.3. WRIGHT. WALLACE Jr.: Cubs club 1: Film Operator's club 1.2.3: Golf 1.2; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Homeroom vice president 2; Radio club 3, treasurer 3. WYATT. GEORGE R.: Band 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3: Mixed chorus 1; Track 1.2,3. ZENOR, AVONELL FERN: G.A.A. 1.2.3. repre- sentative 1: Girl Reserve 1.2.3; Glee club 1: Library club 1.2.3, secretary 3: Student council 2. Twenty-fivexiH’iltuamj, SJOIU9$ UnderclassmenJunior Class OI.OCKWISE: Harlan. Ia.skill. Fowler. M. J. Arnold, J. Judge. Dick Hall. It was an eventful year for Ames High's 14:! juniors, and they became seniors with many notable accomplishments under their belts. The first item on their agenda was to elect officers. Richard Harlan was chosen president, Mary dam Arnold was secretary, and Jane Gaskill. treasurer, .lack Naughton, vice-president, moved to Nevada early in the year and was replaced by John Judge. Dick Fowler and Dick Hall rounded out the junior executive council which was under the sponsorship of Mr. Jarvis. In September Ames High, and particularly the juniors, were pleased to learn that Don RouzC had been elected secretary of the state Student ('ouneil association. The football season found a number of junior athletes contributing to Ames High's CK' champs. Seeing a lot of action were Art Barnes. Keith Brown, Dick Day. Dick Fowler. Jim Galligan, Dick Harlan, John Mancv, and Bob Spangler. The same caliber of play which marked junior footballers carried over into the basketball sea- son. Winning varsity letters were Bob Spangler. Irwin Milliken, Dick Fowler and Bob Brayton. Plans for the junior class play were receiving consideration even before thoughts were turning to Christmas vacation. Dear Ruth, a comedy about wartime romance, was chosen to be given February 1G and 18. Casting was completed be- fore Christinas to allow plenty of time for learn- ing parts. Included in the cast were Judy Wilson. Jean Holcomb, Margot Miller. Don Rouze, Delores Fisher. Dick Day. Gordon Shepherd, Catherine Schanehe. Tom McDowell, and John Nichols. Much credit is due all the crew members who gave time and energy toward making the play a success. Many compliments, (and silver dollars), came to Keith Brown, when he received the award for being the safest driver in Ames High. Also among the top ten were Dick Hall, Beverly Scheuermann, and John Maney. As it always is, the Prom was the climax of the junior year. Discussions began early in the homerooms about the theme for this year's prom. Much time and hard work were given in plan- ning and decorating the gym. Held May 31, the Prom was a fitting highlight to a successful year for Ames High's 1950 junior class. Twcnty-eiyhtHurb and Mur Him pause tor a refresher John I rods a ltd piny hand CaUfj it you that time, l.iz Docs Jo always carry her coat! Strictly posed! Punic time for H I!. J and 237 A slum her party, no less Mama’s little darlinys It’s more fun with one straw Twenty-nineHomerooms 110 and 213 TOP: Walker. J. Gore. Harlan. Sands. B. Munson. B. Brayton. THIRD: Joy. Dyer. Money. Bane. Talcott. Yocum. SECOND: Sevorsike. J. Wilson. C. Moore. Fieri. D. Jones. Knox. M. Munson. FRONT: J. Hall. Imsland, C. Adams. Hol- comb. Alden. TOP: Shaffer. Bergcson, Spangler. J. Judge. THIRD: Terrenes. White. Nichols. Wilcox. Suss. ElwelL SECOND: Porter. M.Harper. Knutson. Gulliver. J.HqliQredge. M.Martin. Robertson. FRONT: Miller. Fisher, Alexander. B.I.itchflelil. P.Mcnson Thirty Homerooms 232 and 235 TOP: Gallij an, Shepherd. Safly. Hilly. Sutter. Arthur. THIRD: Bccman. Beach. Sawyer. X. Getz. Price. Hohenshcll. Deal. SECOND: Finch. Read. Malander. Bralund, Norman. Hyler. FRONT: Seaman. Klein. Ryan. M. J. Arnold. D. Smith. TOP: B. Ad a ms. Barnes. I ackore. Bourne. Osborne. THIRD: Naas, Ferguson. Sumborg. D. Anderson. I lck Hall (Jr.), Johnston. SECOND: Hutchens, Rath. Morris, Sbrake. Hedrick. THIRD: McPherson, Monroe, S. Brown. S. Burnham. Hlghb rger. Thirty-oneHomerooms 237 and 238 TOP: Thorburn. Englehorn, 1« Olson. Konger. Shore-. THIRD: Rouze, Howell. Mill ikon. Poe. Dick Day (jr.». Kingkade, John. SKCOND: M. Barnard. J. Wilson. Stock. Oaskill, Francis. K. Davis. Blayney. FRONT: Bruce. Scheuermann. Sever- son. Uthe, Meyers. TOP: P'owh-r. .1. Kelley, J. Berhow. K. Brown. Holmes. THIRD: Knutson. Kennedy. McDowell. Dyas. Ahlquist. SEC- OND: P. Martin. Jackman, Cooke. Pivrtv. I . Harper, Nigh. FRONT: Rot hacker, Yates, C. Schanche. Cole. Thompson. Thirty-twoSophomore Class Sophomores entered Ames High ;i»d soon began taking an active part in classes and clubs. Don Johnson. Mary Jean Stoddard, Chuck Holmes, Fred Allen. Dick Harris and Bill Jackson were elected to preside in homerooms and represent them in Student council first semester. John Clark. Norman Watkins, Francis Judge, Jerry Kurtz. Ben Barnard and Dave Varland served second semester. Francis was appointed treasurer of Student council. The cast of Rcmcmbn' Mama, drama club play, included Jerry Johnson. Bob Hahn and Bob Peters. Jon lioberson was given an excellent radio speaker rating and an excellent Senator rating in the Student senate at the state tournament. Thirty-threeHomerooms 109 and 113 TOP: Willard, Roberson. Honslnger. Harris. Walkup. Ahart, Crosley. Miller. THIRD: B. Barnard, James. Gilbert. Kru- g«-r. Taft. Sponsler. SKCOND: Klockentager, Schafroth. B. Rierson, Winslow. Kgemo, R. Berhow, Alcock. Mallo. FRONT: Moll, Gore. McKlyea. Murray, Thomas. TOP: D. Henry. Peters. Templeton. Kurtz. Mokelbust. THIRD: D. Culbertson. Walsh. Jehlik. F. Allen, Hove. Simcoke. SKCOND: R. Martin, A. Wilson. Hurlburt. Nonlin. Bourne. FRONT: Fitzsimmons. I (Grange, Moore, McFarland. Grant. Thirty-fourHomerooms 126 and 138 TOP: Dick Day (soph. i. R. Lee. Huntley. Betttr. A. Peterson. D. Johnson. THIRD: flatten, Watkins. U. Henry. J. Allen. D. Smith. Mullica. Triplett. SECOND: Toresdahl, I.ewis, K. Johndreau. Hamilton, F Smith. FRONT: J. O’Brien. M. Mc- Guire. Maywald. Frazier. R. Baker. TOP: Webber. D. Peterson. M. Smith. Murphy, Variant!, Hicks, B. Hahn. THIRD: Ammo. Jackson. Dodtte, C. Brun- ham. J. Johnson. SECOND: S. Baker. Meldrum, N. Dillard. P. McGuire. P. O’Brien. Halden. FRONT: N. Kelley. Chamber- lin, Bloemke. Fuller, Stacy. Thirty-fiveHomerooms 239 and 210 TOP: SECOND: T. Anderson. Pipor. Clark. D. S tuber. Hansen. THIRD: Holst James. Walker. Paulson. Kennedy. P. Peterson. J. Warren. McCoy, Oarfleld. Haivstad. FRONT: Munn. Stoddard. Durby. Bcngston. D. Martin. TOP: T. Peterson, Stewart. Carney. J alter. Mussor. Emerson. THIRD: Don Anderson. C. Litchfield. Vogt. F. Judge. White. Hammond. SECOND: M. Gallagher, Bell, Willett. Hansen. M. I.. Wilson. MacAfee. FRONT: Paustian, Disbrowe. Phyllis Kelley, R. Warren, Stablman. Thirty-six1 AthleticsAround the Year in Athletics .' }.' stall- ('hompious Look, four arms! They're right on your heels, Kirk That's our bog Pick, (but .Vormo has priority) Four little. five little, six little cheerleaders. Thirty-eight Come on, Georgie! We'll u'in yet!Award Winners JIM CHAM I’Ll N First oil-state tram on both 1D1 A and Jack S’orth’s selections First all-conference tram ART BARNES DICK COX HAROLD OLSON Third all-conference Second all-state tram on First all-conference team Jack S’orth's selection team Third all-state team on I UFA team First all-conference team DICK HARLAN Second all-conference team BOB BUCK Second all-conference team TOM BARNARD Third all-conference team Thirty-nine 1949 Football Team TOP: Varland. Spear. I’earson. J. Berhow. O. Berhow, Dirk Day (Jr.). B. I e. Nichols. B. Adams. Benruson. Fowler. Spamjler. FOURTH: T. Barnard. Shipp. P. Kelley, Osborne. Dale. Griffin. Milliken. Mu mm. Bear. McDaniel. THIRD: Kurtz. Mezvinsky. K. Brown. Karl. Maney. B. Peterson. Trumbowor. Sands. GalliRan, Howerton. J. Allen. SECOND: J. Holmes. J. Kelley. Kd Griffith. Champlin, Carr. H. Olson, Wilcox, Shaffer, Killy. Fitch. FRONT: Mr. Wells. D. Bappe. Buck. Harlan. Barnes. Cox, Mr. Norman. Mr. Covey. A Cinderella Ames High football team upset the experts again to snatch the coveted Central Iowa conference trophy from the hands of other powerhouse contendere! Senior letter winners were Jim Champlin, Dick Cox. Bob Buck, Dave Bappe, Conrad Berhow. Harold Olson, Tom Barnard. Bob Peterson, Edgar Griffith, Dewey Fitch, Norton Mezvinsky. Bill Lee, Grant Shipp. Tom Earl and Gary Carr. Trainer awards went to Jerry Kurtz and John Holmes. Mr. Wi lls iml Mr. Covet congratulate Jim Champlin, football captain. The ten returning letter winners are Art Barnes, Bob Spangler, Dick Harlan, Dick Fowler. Dick Day, John Manev, Keith Brown. Don Webber. Jim Galligan and Irwin Milliken. The first to feel the Alls hustle and drive were the Mason City Mohawks. Cox scored twice and Buck once to make the Cyclone's margin of victory 1!) to 7. The Newton Cardinals, slated to lead the C1C, started the game by pushing over for seven points. But Ames proved differently in a sixty yard Buck to Cox touchdown pass, a pass inter- ception runback by ('ox and an end sweep touch- down play with Spangler scoring. Final score was Ames 20, Newton 14. Ames defeated Marshalltown IS to 7 with Bappe scoring on a reverse and Cox tallying on an off-tackle play and a 70 yard sprint. The Ames defensive units were the sparks in the Oskaloosa game. The scoring was handled by Cox and Spangler with the score Ames 2S. Osky (i. The mighty Wahawk back field proved too much for the Cyclones in the lone Ames defeat of the season. A sixty yard run by Spangler was the only Ames scoring until late in the game FortyC I C Champs First of the season starters. BACKFIELD: Cox. Spangler. Bappc. Buck. I.IN'BMRX: B. Peterson. Berhow, Harlan. Barnes. T. Barnard, Champlin. H. Olson. when a Webber to Money pass set up the final T. D. to make the score West 37, Ames 14. The score was 13-6 in favor of Fort Dodge with three minutes to go when an “airlift" by senior passer Bob Buck evened the count. Five of seven passes were completed by John Money. Harold Olson and Dick Fowler, bringing the playing time down to thirty seconds. With fifteen seconds left the Dodgers elected to kick. Junior guard Dick Day slammed through the Dodger line to block the kiek. Jim Champlin, all-state tackle, scooped up the pigskin and sprinted just out of reach of a pursuing Dodger to pay dir . The final score was Ames 20, Fort Dodge 13. Another chapter in Little Cyclone-Toreador football history was written in a thriller as Ames extended their unbeaten string with Boone in a 14 to 14 tie. .•1 ncs lakes Osky 28-G Forty-oneReserve Football TOP: Mr. Norman. Holst. 1«. Henry. J. Ahart. Dodge. I n Anderson (Soph.). D. Martin. Mokclbust. Harris. MIDDI.H : J. Ferguson. Variant), Carney. Vogt. Hammond. P. Judge. Clark. Huntley. Pen quite. Hicks. KKONT: Piper. T. Peterson. D. Johnson. C. Holmes. D. Stuber. D. Culbertson. Taft. Kruger. M. Hansen. Emerson. Coming out on the long end of a tough seven game schedule. Coach Kay Smalling’s sophomore team was considered one of tin best in several years. The sophomore crew finished with a record of five wins, one tie and one loss to teams that were mostly composed of varsity reserves. Their only defeat was handed to them by the Ames High varsity reserves. Marshalltown battled the sophs to a scoreless tie while the wins were from Story City. Boone, Webster City. Hast of Des Moines and the varsity reserves. Season's Games Ames 4f —Story City 7 Ames 35—Webster City 12 Ames 0—Marshalltown 0 Ames 39— Hast Des Moines 13 Ames 27—Boone 0 Ames 13—Varsity Reserves 6 Ames 18 Varsity Reserves 28 Forty-twoBlood, Sweat, Toil and Tears 8hh—geniuses at |cork Touchdown, hut who has the ball.' One down and one to go Whoa boy! Fattening up after the kill Hands oft! They're, already too large Forty-three We wns robbed!Varsity Basketball TOP: Cox. Iiuck. Ed Griffith. I.:»ckotv. SumbvrK. Webber, Mr. Norman. MIDDLE: Dick Day. Jr.. B. Brayton. Mnney. Spangler. Fowler. Milliken. J. Brayton. FRONT: B. Ia e. Galligan. Arney, I . Bappc, El well. Harlan. Tin 11149-50 edition of tht Little Cyclones won 8 out of 17 scheduled games and advanced into sub-state play before being downed by Abe Lincoln of Council Bluffs. The Ames team finished in a tie for fourth place in the Central Iowa conference play with a record of three wins against seven defeats. Included in the victory column were Marshall town. CJrinnclI. Oskaloosa. Fort Dodge, Perry. Nevada. .Mason City and Roosevelt of Des Moines, while the remaining seven conference games plus two 11011-conference contests were registered as losses. Senior Boh Buck was high point man with 1G2 points in 17 regular season games. Behind him were Dick Cox with 14(5; Don Arney 9$: Irwin .Milliken 82; John Brayton 79; Dick Fowler (»8; Bob Spangler 52; Bob Brayton 22. Fortii-four Hob Hurl:, basketball captainArms, Legs, Balls and BasketsTournament Time! But Isaac raid it Would route down! Where diil the hull go? Doesn't he know tripping's illegal! Basketball a la Ballet Guess tin•! moved the ladder One if by land— two if by air Ho ton tournament play teammates selected Hob Huek, senior guard, as honorary captain for the regular season. Hob has been a member of the starting line-up for three years and was a leading scorer in his sophomore and senior years. The Little Cyclones started out tournament play by downing the Hoone Toreadors 4.' to 36 in the District tournament. Abe Lincoln of Council BluIts ended the Ames crew s hopes in tin sub-state by downing Anus High 54 to 47. Forty-sixCyclones Outscore Boone in District The words seem to be. on the end of his nose Last minute strategy “Cheering the orange and the black” Tragedy seems to have struck Look! it's a relay Is it that bad, Dick! It's the spring of the thing Forty-sevenSophomore Basketball TOP: Mr. Covey. D. Peterson. HonsinKOr. Bokk. Harris. Emerson. Varland. J. Allen, D. Johnson. M. Hansen. J. Holmes. MIDPI.K: C. Burnham. Paulson. I.. Henry. C. Holmes. Piper. 1 . Stuber. J. Ahart. D. Martin. FRONT: Triplett. The sophomore basketball team, eoached by Hi Covey, had a successful season losing only to Marshalltown. In beating most of their oppon- ents by decisive margins tin- rangy sophs show- ed prospects for future Ames High teams and won the Central Iowa Conference champion- ship. Don Webber led the team in scoring with 131 points followed by Dave Varland who scored 123 points and led in conference scoring. Forty-eightTrack TOP: Kurtz. Nichols. M. Sowers. Mumm. Triplett. McDaniel. Pearson. J. Holmes. THIRD: Kin kude. Spanjjler, Milliken. T. Barnard. Tripp. Wyatt, Hutchison. SKCOND: Mr. Covey. J. Kelley. Harlan, Barnes. Trumbower. Galilean, Mr. Wells. FRONT: Thorburn. Ed Griffith. Buck. Cox. Maney. Arney. Fowler. Peterson. Just five miles further, Pete Forty-nine Happy landing, Hutch Heave-hoGolf and Tennis Mr. Norman. Pott . Don Webber. McDowell. Platt. 1 jc. Ohbon. Kelley. Don Platt, Bob Anderson, seniors, and Don Webber, sophomore, members of Ames High's 15)4!) state championship golf squad, returned to lead the 1950 team. The Cyclone Invitational. Des .Moines Invita- tional and Central Iowa conference meet, dual meets with Marshalltown, Boone, Newton and Webster City rounded out the golfing year. Tom Earl, senior, and Dick Hall, junior, were the returning let termen on coach Don Hartt’s 1950 tennis squad. Meets were held with East and Roosevelt of Des Moines and Fort Dodge and Ames was repre- sented at a tournament at Grinnell. FiftyIntramural Council BACK : Mr. Smallinc. Peters. C. Burnham. B. Munson. D. Johndrenu, K. Johns. I). Anderson. Brue. Mr. Slaichert. FRONT: Platt. Walsh. Schanche. Billy. S. Kennedy, 1». Hall. Mullica, B. Barnard. Shipp. In the play-off of the basketball tournament 108 beat last year’s champion. 206, for the senior trophy. 238 took junior honors by defeating: 235 and 234 cap- tured the sophomore title by eliminating 126. A faculty team consisting of Ron Norman. Will Kngelland. Kenneth Page, Ray Smalling, A1 Paul. Kverett Ritland and Bill Slaichert defeated the senior All-Stars 21 to 19 and the junior All-Stars 36 to 28. The varsity reserves downed the seniors 22 to 19 while the sophomore reserves beat the sophomore All-Stars 29 to 11. Point winners in golf were Bill Johnson, senior, with an 84. Dick Fiori, junior. 74. and sophomore Dick Stuber. 92. Winners in tennis competition were Norman Robinson in the senior league. Bob Bourne, junior, and Keith Paulson, sophomore. rapturing the pass and touch football title were homerooms 211. 110 and 210. Five man teams matched their muscles in the tug-of-war with 208. 110 and 210 emerging victors. Winners in bowling were 208, 110, and 138; in wrestling were 206, 235 and 234; and in the hunting program were 206. 110 and 113. Fifty-oneOther sports offered in the program were ping pong singles and doubles, volleyball, bad- Fifty-two minton singles and doubles, horseshoes, track, softball and model airplane contest.Girls' Athletic Association TOP: Morrissey. C. Schnnche. Norton. McCoy. Almquist. Holl. Severson. THIRD: Hedrick. Jones. Francis. Daniels. S. LaGranKC. Henaman. J. O'Brien. SECOND: Miss Robinson. Klein. Halden. Stahlman, B. I.itchtield. I.. FUimliam. FRONT: Comstock, Rothackcr. Beckley, Parsons. Mendon. The aim of the iris’ Athletie Association this year was to get as many girls as possible participating and to have a well rounded, interest- ing program. The season started with a softball tournament, then shifted indoors to badmitton. The basketball season remained the most popular among the girls. Records were sent flying with senior homeroom 111 and sophomore 138 taking top honors in the A and I» leagues respectively. Bowling continued through out the year .The last of the year was left to volleyball, ping pong and general play nights. Officers for the year were Wilia Beckley. president; Dorothy Parsons, vice president; Eleanor Rothackcr. treasurer; Betty Jones, intramural chairman: Jane Mendon. social chairman, and Betty Almquist and Nancy Krancis. point recorders. Struggles of a pair of tournament-hopeful homeroom girls' basket hall teams Fi tv-threeG. A. A. Basketball All-Stars The P. E. classes voted for all-star teams, eaeh girl voting upon members of her own grade. The senior all-stars are Margaret Getz, Pat Morrissey, Avonell Zenor. Dorothy Par- sons. Anne Knuths. Norma Roelofsen. Marlvs Comstock. Helen St oaks. Members of the junior all- stars are Edna Myers. Bev Scheuermann. Eleanor Roth- acker, Helen Hath. Mary do Highbarger. Betty Litchfield, Louise Alexander. The Sophomore all-stars are Beth 11 oil. Diana Aleock. Judy Meld rum. Opal Durbv. Ann Mavwald. Janet McCoy, Pat Hurlburt. Marcia McGuire. Fifty-fourGAA. Winners Circle The girls of Homeroom III. triumphant winners of the .4 league basketball tournament, are Jane Mendon. Marius Comstock. June Gord. Wilma Potee. Jan (lerbrach, Xorma Roelofsen. Xaomi Jorgenson. LaVonne Peterson. Jo Ann Hoffman. Smiling sophomores of Homeroom IP’, were winners ol the B league tournament. They are Marcia McGuire. Ann Mayu'ald. Marg Jo Hamilton, Jan O'Brien, Liz Toresdahl. Kag Johndreau. Softball champions were Beth Holl, Virginia Kellogg. Xorma Hedrick. Louise Alexander. Marcia McGuire. Judg Meldrum. Horothg Parsons. Pauline l.’tter. Margot 8chmidt. Diana Aleork, Marilyn Klein. Members of Homeroom PIS. runner-up in the B league, are Avoncll Zenor. Marilyn X orton. Barb Hey wood, Ruth Anderson. Roberta Gillpatriek. Martha Stuber. Pat McGuire. Charlene Puller, Shirley Baker, Marg Hal,leg, Xorma Lillard, Pat O’Brien, Judg Meldrum, Xorma Kelley, homeroom 138. were the runners-up of the .4 tournament. The winners of the badminton tournament were Beth Holl and Pat Hurlburt. Fifty’fiveVarsity Club TOP: Webber. Fowler, Buck. Cox. H. Olson. Champlin. K. Brown. THIRD: T. Barnard. Milliken. C. Berhow. Fitch. B. Peterson. Ed Griffith, Spander. D. Bappe. SECOND: Harlan. Mczvinsky, M. Sowers, Shipp. Barnes. Dick Day (Jr.). B. I.«e. FRONT: B. Anderson. Platt, Arney, Earl. D. Hall. Thorburn. Maney. Galilean. Members of Varsity club were boys who won letters in basketball, football, golf, tennis or track and who managed to survive the rigors of initiation into the group. If a member passes the requirements in the spring, he can expect to be forcibly floated down Squaw Creek at the Varsity club picnic; if he is a football letter winner, he is initiated by playing basketball, handicapped by a long coat and boxing gloves, against Pep club seniors at the half-time of the first home basketball game. Officers of the club are Bob Buck, president; Dick Cox, vice-president: Don Platt, secretary- treasurer; and Jim Champlin, historian. Fifty-six Must hr nice, but what is itf Oh—it's grand to hr in Varsity clubPep Club and Cheer Squad TOP: Norton. M. Judge. Murray. Highbnrger. Kyan. Blaine Griffith, M. Stuber. McElyea. S. GaGrange. FOURTH: Mendon. M. McGuire. J. Hall. J. Wilson. Yates. Roelofsen. M. Getz. Ott. Knuths. THIRD: Pierre. M. Davis. Jo Hoffman. D. Peterson. M. Rierson. M. Miller. Winslow. Gray. SECOND: K. I Martin. M. Barnard. Gillputrick. Townsend. N. Getz. Hedrick. Halden. R. Davis. M. J. Arnold. FRONT: Miss Robinson. P. Harper. Hey wood. Rouse, Shepherd. Thompson. R. Anderson. Miss Rex. Fifty-seven P. Harper, Thompson, Rouze, Shepherd, Heywood, R. AndersonPep Club Activities A m v sales record was set when IVp club sold football tickets in the fall. They made for- mations with the Marching band at all home games and at West Waterloo and Boone. The group made pom-poms for the Boone game, selling 500 of them in one day. The season ended with the traditional kissing of the Little (i reeii dug at the pot luck before the game. Basketball activities included ticket sales, pre- senting skits for pep assemblies and providing special half-time entertainment. Officers were Barbara HevwQod, president: .Jane Mendon, vice-president: Anne Knuths. secretary, and .Marlene Davis, treasurer. h'iHy-c.iyhtOrganizationsHi-Y Cabinet TOP: Minimi, liurlan. KdCriftith. Fitch. Mr. Rithtnd. MIDDI.K: Muncy. D. Johndreau. Brue, Mezvinsky. FRONT: B. Anderson. K. Brown. Arney. Pearson. Hi-V and G.R. cooperated to sponsor Friend- ship Week February 7. 8. and 9. Reverend Oscar Bollman. assistant pastor of the Plymouth Con- gregational church in l)es Moines spoke on the theme Let's Find Ourselves. G.R. and Hi-Y tilled and delivered boxes for the residents of the county home during the Christmas season. Together they planned and carried out a program for Christian Rural Over- seas Program. Special occasions of the G.R. included the Dad-Daughter Party. Style Show, Mother- Daughter Tea following installation, and tin Pig Pal-Little Pal Picnic for incoming sopho- mores. Three class firesides, the football fireside, and the Newcomers' party, sponsored jointly with G.R. were put on by the Hi-V cabinet. Sponsors for G.R. are .Miss Ivina Wilcox, Miss Ruth Miller and Miss Charlotte Nelson. Officers were Elizabeth L. Martin and Norma Roelofsen, president; Elaine Griffith, secretary; Barbara Sherman, treasurer; and Jan Gcrbrach, assistant treasurer. Ili-Y officers first and second semester were Don Arney and Keith Brown, president; Keith Brown and Don Webber, vice-president; Phil Pearson and dim Galligan. secretary. Bob Ander- son and Jerry Kurtz, treasurer. This year's group started work on the Hi-Y lounge. The room was cleaned, painted and fur- nished by this year's Ili-Y. The lounge was also equipped with a combination radio-phonograph. During the year, the State Ili-Y created a new government project. Two juniors, one a representative and one a senator, were chosen by the student body and they went to Des Moines to represent Ames High. Dues of five cents a month per boy were paid by Ili-Y members to help Jaques Aufrey. a French war orphan. During the first semester Girl Reserve supported Jeanine Doyan. their adopted war orphan. Because Jeanine no longer needed their help, near the end of the semester a French girl, Monique Martin, was adopted. At Christmas time Girl Reserves sold over 190 dozen holly wreaths. .SixtyHi-Y and G.R. Activities Don't them’ guys know that it's more fun with girls' Hr must not know what they taste like or he wouldn’t be so happy! Are they playing post office or spin the milk bottle Who's the camera-bug in the first row! Ah—the jogs of selling holly wreaths! Sixty-ono G.R. Cabinet and Representatives TOP: Steele. R. Anderson. .F. Allen. Jo Hoffman. Ott. Miss .Miller. Stoaks. THIRD: X. Getz. I- Peterson. Gray. Hol- comb. Ryan. Norton. M. J. Arnolil. M. Martin. SECOND: Miss Nelson. P. Martin. Gillpatrick. Hayonga. M. S tuber. M. Rlerson. Yates. Highbargcr, Miss Wilcox. FRONT: Schmidt. Griffith. K. I Martin. Roelofsen. Sherman. Gerbrach. TOP: M. Harper. Turpin, Miss Nelson, Miss Wilcox. Miss Miller. Daniels, S. Raker. FOl'RTH : Penly. Murray. Grant. Alden, E. A. Martin. .1. Allen. Guskill. Gallagher. THIRD: I . I'tter. Hoover. Jorgenson. U Burnham, I . O'Brien. Thomas. Sawyer. A. Wilson. E. Hansen. SECOND: Nass, Nigh, Seversike. Rath, Blayney. J. Hold re Jgo. Jackman. Mendon. FRONT: Bengston. Durby. M. McGuire, E. I,. Martin. Roelofsen. Maywald. Briley, Seaman. Bixtu-ticoFiresquad TOP: Mezvinsky. C. Arnold, Mins Miller, J. Holmes. Friedrich. KOl'KTH: J. Allen. Webber. J. Ahart, Kurtz. D. Peterson. I . Hall. Dirk Day Jr.. J. JikIko. THIRD: Maney, Nichols. Sutter. B. Adams. Carney. D. Johnson, K. Brown. Harris. Howell. SECOND: Arney. Terrones. Paulsen. Dodge. B. Anderson. T. Barnard, P. Ahart. B. Bourne. Milliken. FRONT: A. Peterson. S. Myers. H. Olson. D. Johndreau, Critlith, Harlan. Byrus, Varland. AYhat causes a daring individual dashing madly to get a coveted place in that endless cafeteria line to halt breathlessly in his tracks? Nothing but the familiar orange and black budge that signifies Firesquad! Problem: Find thr Fin-squad membrr Students who disobey the rules of the hulls in this wuy are rudely greeted in homeroom soon after by the arrival of a certain little red slip. Every three red slips accumulated are awarded by a seventh period. Hoys wishing to join Firesquad must be recom- mended by the faculties of both junior highs and approved by Miss Miller, sponsor. The invi- tations issued to them enumerate such responsi- bilities as maintaining orderly halls and con- ducting fire drills. A new fire drill record of 45 seconds was attained this year. Only senior members of Firesquad may hold office. Dave Johndreau was elected Fire-chief first semester with Dob Anderson serving in that capacity second semester. Secretary-treasurers for first and second semesters, respectively, were Edgar Griffith and Paul Ahart. ( lirnaxing the year for the members and their dates is the annual Firesquad picnic which is financed by personal fines. Amusing feature of the picnic is the traditional dunking of the Fire-chief. •Star f y-threrChoir TOP: K. I.. Martin. Friedrich. Suss, Clauson. Karl. Tripp. D. Hall. Knut.son. THIRD: Alden. I ahl. Irvine. Midfrorden. Bourne. Kooscr. Griffith. A. Schanche. Variant!. B. Adams. M. Getz. Alcock. M. Arnold. SECOND: E. Thompson. Grant. KoIIokk. C. Schanche. K. Brown. Truinhower. A. Peterson. Webber, J. Wilson Hurlburt. Porter. FRONT: Sawyer. Pierson. M. McGuire, Gillpatrick. Sutter. Piper. Shipp. Gilman. Safly, Barnes, M. Stubcr, I- Gulliver. M. Martin. Klain•• Griffith solos in Christmas caiulh’-tight sendee Tlu vocal "roups of Ames High, a cappella choir. Girls Glee club and Mixed Chorus, were busy throughout the year preparing programs for school and community groups under the direction of Miss Edna Bower. A cappella choir sang over radio station WOI. participating in the Christmas vocal program and gave a concert at the Veterans hospital. Of- ficers were John Midgorden, president; Roberta Gillpatrick. vice-president; Alice Irvine, secre- tary; Reinhard Friedrich, librarian, and Mary Jane Arnold and Keith Brown, robe keepers. Girls Glee club this year has taken pride in ils new crimson robes. The Glee club was repre- sented by Elizabeth A. Martin, president: Marilyn Klein, vice-president; Pauline Martin, secretary. Eleanor Rot hacker, librarian, and Elaine Griffith. Ruth Monroe ami Janet Me- Elvea. robe keepers. The Chorus sang in the Christmas program. Its officers were Patsy Yates, president; John Maney, vice-president; Louise Pierre, secretary, and Beverly Scheuermann, librarian. Sixty-fourGirls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus TOP: K. Johndreau. Moll. McKlyea. Munn. Griffith, E. A. Martin. Klein. THIRD: V. Bourne. Rothacker. M. Miller. Steele. Winslow. Monroe. SECOND: Briley. Schafroth. P. Martin. P. Kelley. R. Martin. Cleary. FRONT: Murray. Morrissey. Ryan. McCoy. Maywahl. TOP: E. John. Sands. Murphy. Enckore. J. Holmes. Galligan. FOl’RTH: Spangler. Maney, Gilbert. Stewart. Begg, Carney. C. Holmes. Stock. THIRD: Harestad. S. Raker. D. Culbertson. Simcoke. Kennedy, Watkins. Hanmiond, Don Jehllk. Egt-mo, Nass. SECOND: Malander. E. Toresdahl. Gasklll. Pierre. Yates. Scheuermann, D. Smith. Thomas. Jackman, Robertson. FRONT: Frazier. Ilulden. Berhow, E. Hansen. Stoddard. Fitzsimmons, Meldruni. Gore. I'. Smith. Sixty-fiveBand BACK: Mr. Day, Dahl. K. A. Martin, Tripp. S. Christenson, A. Griffin. Schory. I-aekore. FOl’HTH: Pearson, Fried- rich. Hcnainan, N. Robinson. Sands. II. Griffin. K. Brown, D. Day (Jr.). B. Adams. Platt. Ferguson. G. Robinson. I austian. Dave Jehlik. Midjcorden. Cox. THIRD: D. James. Barnard. Chamberlain. Wells. Bork. B. Bourne. Kurtz. KJerland. Wyatt. Almquist. Howell. V. Bourne. Anderson. B. Jones. SKCOND: Roelofsen, Sawyer. Nass, Arthur, Paulson. K. Hay- nc.t, Don Jehlik. Thorburn, Talcott. Soma, M. Hayenga. FRONT: J.Holdredge. I-echner. J. Piper. Wyniore. Malander. Schwarte. Holcomb. Sixty-six It's louder urith two of them. Carnegie hall hound.Orchestra BACK: Og»:. P. Dilts. Miss H. Miller, Mr. Day. Schory. Tripp, K. Baker. K. A. Martin. Dahl. MIDDI.K: Stock. A. Peter- son. K. Elwi-ll, Pork. E. Dilt . Kurtz. M. Malander. Schwarte, Don Jehlik. Wymorc, DaveJehllk. FRONT: Yates. KoIIokk. Cooke. Hedrick. Hurlburt. K. Johnston. The first concert which the Ames High orchestra presented was the Junior Town pro- gram. They presented both novelty and serious pieces. Their regular concert was given in the spring. For this concert a Drake operetta group gave excerpts from operas. The officers of the or- chestra included Larry Bork, president; Ruth D a h I, vice-president: Patsy Steele, secretary- treasurer. and Elizabeth A. Martin, librarian. The tri-city festival was one event which stood out in the band’s season. It was held all day at Ft. Dodge. They played over KAY DM on the Bands of Central America. Their regular concert was given in the spring. Officers of the band were George Rob- inson, president; Rein- hard Friedrich, vice-president; Mary Hayenga, secretary-treasurer; Betty Lou Jones, librarian. Among the small groups formed this year was the string ensemble. They played for social groups. The members were Patsy Yates, Vir- ginia Kellogg. Norma Hedrick and Kay Johnson. Four merry music makers Sixty-sevenWeb Staffs TOP: W. Wright, Sehory. Champlin, Karl. MIDDKK: Miss Nvlson. Parsons. Irvine. Norton. Heywood. FRONT: K. I . Martin. Gray. Rierson, Culbertson. Assignments being made on Tuesday of each week, the journalism students are given three days to track down their stories outside of class. Fridays and Mondays are dedicated to the actual writing and typing of Web copy. Meanwhile they are instructed in the funda- mentals of journalistic writing by Miss Charlotte Nelson, sponsor, learning such things as tin dif- ference between a straight news story and a feature story, the art of composing headlines, and interviewing personalities. Knch class was divided into two complete stall's which serve alternately, one each week. The editorial positions on each staff include copy, makeup, assignment, sports, headline, and exchange editors. First mill second semester Web stuffs learning the principles of journalism. Sixty-eightCubs' Club TOP: Mulllca. Henry. Boggs, Kurtz. J. Judgi.-, Shepherd, ijallignn, Culbertson. KOl'RTH : Watkins. Holcomb. C. Schanche. Schmidt. Maywald, Stoddard. Atden. Hurlburt. THIRD: Knox. Willett, Fitzsimmons. Alcock. Yates. Pierre. Meldrum. M. Martin. SECOND: Knutson, Miller. Arnold. Highbarger, J. Hall, S. Brown. J. Wilson. P. Harper. FRONT: Porter, llcnaman, P. Munson. Jackman. Malander. Stahlman. Rothacker. (’libs' club, Ames High School’s journalism organization, is available to all those students who are interested in the field of newspaper writing and who are not enrolled in the regular journalism class offered in the senior year. Meetings serve to introduce Cubs' club mem- bers to the fundamentals of newspaper writing and to accustom them to journalistic style. Learning to apply the basic principles of jour- nalism comes next. After several assignments the club is ready to attempt its main project, writing and editing the first Wtb of the second semester. Bach person is responsible for writing some part of this weekly newssheet. Students who have completed their assignments on this issue satis- factorily are given the opportunity to write copy for the regular Web and the yearbook. Under the sponsorship of Miss Charlotte Nelson, journalism instructor, the members of the organization receive a chance to learn briefly about newspaper writing and editing and to see if they will be interested enough in the work to enroll in journalism class when a senior. Miss Xrlson, Cub's' club adviser Sixty-uinoAdvanced Drama and Debate TOP: Nichols. Shaffer. Knxlehom. B. Munson, A. Schanche. Kowc. Kiori. M. Miller. Gulliver. FOURTH: St»Mn. Gaskill. J. Hall. Seaman. Judy Wilson. Jackman. Malander. M. J. Arnold. S. Brown. Hiirhbarct-r. S. Burnham. THIRD: K. Anderson. M. Rierson, Fisher. B. IAtchflelri, Monroe. Shrakc, Jane Allen, Hayi-nsa. Hyler. SECOND: Pierson. Knox. D. Jones, Hutch- ens. P. Harper. Robertson, Hohenshell. Blayney. N. Getz. FRONT: Haverly. Ryan. Scheuermann. Alexander. Stoaks. Pierre. Holcomb. Imsland. For the first time since 1941, Ames was repre- sented in a debate tournament. The newly form- ed debate team consisting of Sue Brown, Norton Mezvinskv. John Roberson and Art Schanche with Kenny Rowe alternate, journeyed to Cedar Falls early in the season to compete in the an- nual Brindley Discussion and Debate tourna- ment. where they tied for second. The debaters also participated in several other tournaments Debate and dramatic activities of Ames High were headed by a new coach. Aldrich K. Paul. The Drama dub produced the well known stage and screen hit. I fit member Mama, by John Van Druten in the fall. The juniors were enveloped in lilacs as a result of their class play choice. Dear Iiuth, a comedy by Norman Ivrasnn, which set a new financial record at Ames High. The senior class presented a play well received by a large audience in May. Sc venti Mr. Paul ami tin- Debate teamBeginning Drama TOP: S. Baker. I. Henry. D. Smith. B. Hahn. lvt Ts,, Mokelbust. Amme. F. Judge. Miller. J. Johnson. Winslow, Grant. TOl'RTH : Stahlman. B. Warren. McFarland. Willett. B. Rierson, I.iz Toresdahl. J. O'Brien. MacAfee. M. I.. Wilson. Stacy. P. O'Brien. Price. THIRD: Halden. Krazier, Meld run». Kgemo. Johndreau. Hamilton, Phyllis Kelley. Harestad. Cooke. P. Smith. SECOND: K. Berhow. I aGrange. V. Moore. S. Gore. Schafroth. R. Baker. Murray, McElyea. Mallo. FRONT: X. Kelley, M. McGuire. Bengston, Chamberlain. McCoy. Maywald. Fitzsimmons, Alden. The Beginning Drama clubs produced a series of one act plays utilizing: the rules of acting and producing learned in the classroom. In addition to its regular activities the drama department presented Muri . His Mother for the Girl Reserve Christmas program and If Mn . Plai ed Cords .Is Women Do for the faculty. An evening of Student Scenes was presented. Ames Nigh was represented again this year at the annual Cniversity of Iowa Play festival. Mary Rierson and Joan Holcomb served the Drama club as business managers. The casts from the Drama Club play I Remember Mama ami the Junior class play, Dear Ruth Sevonty-oneStudent Treasurers TOP: B. Jackson. Ott. H. Anderson, I . Johndreau. MIDDLE: Stoaks, Sherman, M. Davis, M. Stubcr, Hayon a FRONT: Steele. Irvine. Holcomb. Rothacker. Miss MeXattp, general treasurer, amt Mr. Harit, athletic treasurer, with their assistants. Beverly Ott and Dave Johmtreau Ames Mil'll school employs an efficient, busi- ness-like financial system which requires the work of several competent student treasurers. Kach extra-curricular or class organization has a treasurer who keeps complete records of ex- penditures and receipts for his respective or- ganization. The athletic accounts, which are the most detailed of all the funds, are taken care of by Mr. I). G. 11 art t and his assistant, Dave Johndreau. When if is me ssary for a check to be written, the treasurer takes a requisition to Miss Mary McNally, general treasurer, who writes the check. If 1 he treasurer has received some money for his organization, he takes it to Miss McNally, who gives him a receipt and deposits the money in the general Ames High school account. The stu- dent treasurers' books must correspond to the duplicate set of books kept by the general treas- urer and her assistant. Beverly Ott. At the end of each year the student treasurers turn in a financial report and budget for the coming year. Seventy-twoRadio Club, Photography Club TOP: Roberson. -Mr. Easter. N. Robinson, E. Johns. MIDDRE: J. Kelley. B. Crayton. Harlan. R. Johns. FRONT: Walk up, 1. Robinson. Dunlap. Wright. Ohlsen. Two recently organized clubs in Ames High on the scientific side are the Radio club and the Photography club. Sponsor of Radio club is Mr. Ronald Easter. The members built electonic equipment and discussed modern radio develop- ments. Their main project this school year has been the development of an amateur radio sta- tion. WTR]. They erected a radio antenna on the high school roof, bought a national radio receiver and built a 10 meter transmitter. Photography club was composed of five mem- bers and sponsored by M r. Richard Trump. ('lub activities consisted of demonstrations and discussions in the art of photography plus practice on developing, printing, enlarging and other processes. The main project of the club lias been the equipping of a janitor’s closet which is now the club’s darkroom. Phil Arthur is the club chairman. Seventy-three BACK: Mr. Trump. J. Alien. Arthur, N. Kelley. FRONT: B. I,ltchlh-l«l. Slmcoke.Student Council TOP: Harris. Ed Oriffith. Spangler. Champlln. THIRD: Myers. Harlan. Bourne. Sutter. Mr. Ritland. SECOND: I». Johnson, F. Allen. Stoddard. Mendon, Parsons. FRONT: Jackson, Mumm, J. Bray ton. Rouze. Organizing, supervising and promoting in- terest in school affairs were the duties of Student Council, the student governing body of Ames High. Presiding over the council first and sec- ond semesters were John Bravton and Edgar Griffith, respectively. Other officers include Dick Mumm and Jim Dyas. vice-presidents; Don Rouze and Bruce Adams, secretaries; and Bill Jackson and Francis Judge, treasurers; Everett Kit land is the faculty advisor. In the fall Don Rouze was elected secretary of the Iowa Association of Student Councils. bon Rouze. secretory of the town Associa- tion of Student Councils. Seventy-four The busy (?) second semester Student Council.Student Council Activities Tea—crumpets ami Parents' nif lit. The parents don't like t our tests either. Pape! Taint funny—she says. All is serious on the political front. They iliil. loo! Seventy-fiveSpirit Staff Chief plotters and schemers were editor .tope' Cron, The leader of the tribe is chief Trump. Hi is sup- and assistant editors X or in a Hedrick, left, and posedip adjusting his shootin’ iron, but don't hi Harb Hey wood. that fool you. Photography editor Jane Mendon. seated, is looking at pictures with photographers left to right) Phil Arthur, Jim Champlin, Fred Allen, and Amp Cooke, assistant editor. Figuring out the bills for the Spirit are Martha Stuber. seated renter, and her assistants. Claire Thomas. Mary Pierson. John Money, Don Rouze. Sue Frown and Marcia McGuire. My what big muscles! Edgar Griffith, boys' sports Dorothy Parsons, publicity editor, rules over her two editor, displays his ferocity to Helen Stocks, girls' assistants, Harold Olson on the left and Gordon sports editor. Shepherd. Seventy-six19 5 0 Bringing i» money iroin advertising is tin big job of Tom Karl, advertising editor. His assistants are Mary Jane Arnold on the left and Bat Harper on the right. Credit for a job well done goes to the advertising staff. They are J. Xichols. J. Allen. K. Rotliackcr. M. Sellmidt. I.. Peterson and J. Weber. Front rou : X. Roelofsen. J. Hoffman. I.. Seaman and E. Griffith. The artists in our book factory are Anne Knuths and Marian Martin, her assistant. Special projects include,! drawing layouts lor the division pages and new picture arrangements. Xo one ever explained what material feature editors Xorton Mezvinsky and Liz L. Martin could get from reading a treasurer's report, but maybe their interest is on the humor magazine set inside. The dizzy finger en w headed by Manager Barb Sherman are typists Jan Gerbrach, Ellen Culbert- son. Patsy Steele. Audrey Townsend. Darlene Rober- son. Helen Turpin ami Rev tut. More by accident than by prearrangement, the year- book staff managed to be in the room at the same time. Results' Your staff: M. Stuber. B. Heywood. P. Arthur. T. Earl. J. Champlin. X. Hedrick. Seated: J. Gray. J. Mendon, A. Knuths. Seventy-sevenLibrary Club, Red Cross Council TOP: K. Anderson. Potee, Imsland. Dahl, Gasklll: THIHD: Mrs. Dickinson, Seaman, J. Hall. Bcngston. Brannberg. Highbarger. McPherson. SECOND: Hyler. H. Davis. Bruce. Price. N. Get . Cleary- FRONT: Zen or. Schmidt. Gerbrach. Townsend. STANDING: Dodge, B. Johnson, Ahlquisl, Price. Irvine. Munn, M. McGuire. SEATED: Stein. Tisb. Dahl. M. Judge. Johnston, Porter, J. Wilson. Imsland. Seventy-eightFilm Operators Club STANDING: Mr. Page. Bates. Sands. McDowell. Honsinger, Ohlsen, Englehorn, Wright. I.. Toresdahl. 0. Arnold. A. Rappe, Rowe. B. Peterson. SEATED: Stoaks, R. Anderson. Sherman. Clauson. The Library Club added a new activity this year to the usual activities of governing the library, repairing damaged books, and arrang- ing the hall display ease. Book reviews were given after school by high school teachers. Mr. Kenneth Wells reviewed Modern Arms and Free Men by Bush. The other two reviews were given by Miss Mary McNally and Mr. Aldrich Paul, who reviewed Tin Fiver Lin by Morgan and 1984 by Orwell. Jan Gerbrach was president this year with Margaret Getz and Avonell Zenor as vice-president and secretary, respectively. Sponsored by Mr. Kenneth Page, the Film Operators club is organized as a service to the teachers of Ames High. The duties of the club are to run the movie machines and other equip- ment. By working twenty clock hours a member can receive one-fourth credit toward high school graduation. Officers for the year were John Weber, president; Art Bappe. vice-president; Ba rba ra Sherman, secret a ry-t reasurer. A few weeks before the Thanksgiving vacation, children's story and picture books were collected by Red Cross council members in each homeroom and taken to the Lutheran Children's Home in Ames. Before the Christmas vacation gift boxes were sent to children in war torn countries. The Red Cross sponsored two programs at the Vet- eran's Hospital in Dos Moines. A talent show, presented as an assembly for Ames High earlier in the year, was reproduced for the veterans on February 11, and a religious music program was given April 7. Members of this organization were appointed by the presidents of each homeroom. Kay Johnston was president; Marcia McGuire, secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson, sponsor. SwentjcMintCafeteria Staff and Driver Training Many students cooperated irith Miss Penncr. cafeteria sponsor, tn preparing and serving tiu noon hour meal. Left to right: Knox. P. Smith. Potee. II. Brayton. Daniels. Harlan. It. Hall. Turpin, Sands. C. Srhanehe. Kooser, Miss Pmner. Driver's Training is the class which instructor Floyd M. Grainge claims the students "run to get to and wall; to leave." Proof of this are the SO students who participated in the years' pro- gram which consisted of a weekly class at school, held out of class time, where driving laws and parts of an automobile were studied and in actual driving periods where novices took to the by ways and lanes with special permits tucked in their pockets. Pictured inspecting the intricate details of a motor with Mr. Grainge are Pat Morrissey and Donnalee Ity an. HighlyActivitiesHomecoming IS SPORT Ifoiiieconiing, sponsored by Student council, was celebrated for the first time in many years. Elizabeth L. Martin and her attendants Barb Hevwood and Martha Stuber reigned over the football game in which Ames defeated Newton by score of 20-14. Kiiihtjl-twoWheels EDGAR GRIFFITH JOHN BRAYTON sticlrut hod 1 preside nt student body president RICHARD HARLAN junior class president NORMA ROELOFSEN Girl Reserve prrsid nt KEITH BROWN Hi-Y president HAROLD OLSON ELIZABETH L. MARTIN DON ARNEY senior class president Girl Reserve president Hi-Y president Elyhty-threcMiss Margaret Getz, Spirit Sweetheart JHj htu-fourSweetheart Candidates, Attendants Attendants to th Street- heart icere .lane Mention an i Martha Stuber, icho icere presented with gar- denia corsages during the intermission of the ‘'Spirit Special Nine ol the ten candidates who were finalists in tin Sweetheart balloting are. from left to right: Ruth Anderson, Jane Mend on, Martini Judge. Klaine Oriffith. Margaret Getz, Martha Stuber, Barb Hep- uood, Joyce Gray and Norma Roelofsen. Not pictured is Rat Hahn. Eighty-jiveActivities at the Mill-year tinner included a jaunt to the luujgaije ear. .1 photographer squeezed into a corner ami some- how caught attendants Martha Stuher amt ■lane Mrndon with their escorts Ed Griffith and Tom Earl. "Spirit Special—1950 Precious cargo aboard the Spirit Special" was Harold Olson. The highlight of the evening was the sweetheart Margaret Getz tortured with her escort presentation of an orchid corsage to Margie. Eighty-sixA! host they'll remember Mania. It's all right. Nancy. Von ran laugh. Peek the halls— Watch that stuff, (jals! Shall icet—Let’s. Mighty party, IVinnie. Eighty-seven jssqRemember? Eighty-eight '-danTis Spring, Tis Spring I'Alihty-nincDoesn't Anyone Sleep?Fun for All, All for Funir— “JAHN § OLLIER AGAIN A slogan signifying a service created to excel in all things pertaining to yearbook design and engraving. We have found real satisfaction in pleas- ing you, the yearbook publisher, as well as your photographer and your printer. JAHN S OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. Ninety-two 817 W. WASHINGTON BLVD.. CHICAGO 7. ILL.Compliments of. . JCOLLEGIATE MANUFACTURING Kmr ntH Chev Adams Clint Adams Class of 1919 Ames High School Class of 1921 Ninety-threeone of those important ingredients so necessary in making a GOOD school the BEST . . . and Ames Hi students have that SPIRIT ... in “bound" as well as in "unbound" volumes. We congratulate you, students of Ames Hi, and graduates of 1950 . . . keep that spirit and will-to- win ... it will help carry you on to new and impor- tant victories. AMES DAILY TRIBUNE “ Your I oim town X wspoptr" Xincf}t- ourFrom our collection of Formal Dresses for High School and College Functions tfinctj ' lt’efrom your Simki i I’hotoyraphrrs Our Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes t«» the Class of 1950 PORTRAITS 109 WELCH AVE. dJown FAMILY GROUPS Studio WKDDIKU8 AMES. IOWA S ncty-nixPHOTO DEPT. Authorized Prater lor MUSIC is for the MILLIONS ★ ★ ANSCO ARGUS. INC. BUSCH CORP. DEJUR AM SCO EASTMAN KODAK GRAFLEX GENERAL ELECTRIC KALART LEICA. INC. WESTON CORP. 302 MAIN STREET Phone 474 Headquarters for Musical Instruments ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE PIANOS SHEET HAM) INSTRUMENTS MUSIC AND RECORDS RADIOS 16 THOUSAND ITEMS For nour convenience Be it some small item—a screw—a tack or a bolt or a major appliance for your home ★ We want your patronage, and try to conduct our business so as to deserve it. ★ PAINT — STOVES — CHINA WARE — TOYS RADIOS REFRIGERATORS — WASHING MACHINES COOKING WARES AND HOUSEWARES OF MANY KINDS CARR HARDWARE CO. Phone 124 X inn veilCongratulations Class of 1950 Looking into the Future . . . To build or buy your own home as soon as you are financially able is wise . . . and will pay good dividends. H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. Established 1891 TOM’S GRILL ( 'keators of Iood Food ★ ★ Open daily 9 a. m. ’til midnight Host to ('cut rot I men Conference Athletic .1 ssociat i0 n AIR CONDITIONED 129 MAIN STREET ☆ GOOD KOOD AMES Sinet y-eiuhtSORENSON OIL CO. SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE AUTO SUPPLIES Wholesale - I{etail 821 Lincoln Way Phone 162 AMES, IOWA MILK.. . Natures Finest Food O’NEIL DAIRY COMPANY PHONE 62 308 FIFTH Best Wishes Class of 1950 To a Better World . . . As never before we must work for the future. S. HANSON LUMBER CO. 212 DUFF AMES. IOWA .hist Our Wav of Saving Greetings to Class of 1950 Ames High School from Rushings Super Valu South of the track and East of Kellogg Avenue One hundredCONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES Class of 1950 from TILDEN’S The Store for Men America's Newest Cars! DAULTON MOTORS PHONE 915 AMES, IOWA Onr hundred oneBest Wishes to Class 0 1950 • COAL FUEL OIL GRAIN and FEEDS OIL BURNERS AND STOKERS o Ames Grain and Coal Co. 213 DUFF AVK. PHONE 6 Purity Bakery Manufacturers of Fine Bakery Products ★ 13(5 MAIN PHONE 20C One hundred twoCongratulations to Class of 1950 and Best Wishes for Your Future o TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. PRINTERS OF THE 1949 SPIRIT PHONE 180 Congratulations Class of 1950 from Van Voorhis Co. Pliinibiii" - Heating; - Sheet Metal PHONES 999 2270 12«) KELLOUO Service. Vitality and n Square Deal Ames Hardware and Music R K (' o r D s Always the latest in Popular. Jazz and Massica I Records — All Three Speeds MOTOROLA PORTABLE RADIOS Also See l s for Your HARDWARE EEDS SARD KMT PAINTS K KM-TON K 105 WELCH PHONE 155-J One hundred HirerCongratulations Class of 1950 from College Savings Bank Your Campus Town Hank Bring MOTHER and DAD in and show them the CAR you would like them to BUY! Dahlhcrg Anderson Motor Co. PHONE 1515 500 5th St. PHONE 1515 Ames, Iowa ( onant hi lions Class of 1950 Ben Cole bi Son Qeneral Contractors ★ and ffu tu re ffu cceAA Phone 3023 ★ KASI 1430 on Vour Dial Ask for •‘Mike” Griffith or “Herm' Goee One hundred JourC ongr a tula t i ons Graduates Wo have strived to supply your school needs. May we continue to be of service in whatever field you choose. Gifts - Office - School nod Photographic Supplies .Ames Stationers- 238 Main Phone 96 Visit Story County's only Exclusive APPLIANCE STORE • Frigidaire Automatic Washers • Frigidaire Electric Ranges • Frigidaire Water Heaters • Frigidaire Clothes Dryers • Frigidaire Home Freezers • Frigidaire Clothes Ironers • Maytag Washers and Gas Ranges • G. E. Radios • Copper Clad Combination Ranges Si c us for your major appliance needs CHRISTENSEN Appliance Stores Ames and Nevada The Stores of Brands st yu : - SCPR KM E QUALITY “From Head to Tors—Shop at Jots" Joe’s Mens Shops 212 Main 2536 L. Way National Fiyht Little Cyclones! Consult Us for MODERN PLUMBING and 11K ATIXG INST ALLATI ()NS “The Master Plumber Protects the Health of the Sat ions." ★ George Puffctt (Class of 1919) 215 FIFTH PHONE 911 One hundred fiveFLOWERS for you and yours at reasonable? prices. Corsages - Wedding Arrangements Sprays - Cut Flowers - Plants GREEN TURF FLORISTS 410 5th Street Phone 3486 Sales Service “St In ltd" Used Cars Distributors of U. S. Tires Armstrong - Nash, Inc. Phone 3206 120 Lincoln Way CONGRATULATIONS TO TIIK ( LASS OF ’50 Become Men of the World . . . Select Your Quality Clothes from The Clothing Corner in Ames 301 Main St. IVe Sen-ice All Makes Commercial and Domestic BILL DYER Refrigeration Service O ★ A M A X A HUM K F R E E Z E R S IRONRITE IRONER DEALERS 200 Duff Phone 3161 One hundred .sir Y 0 R K L E S s W A S II D A Y S at QJfiw ik-x tc-cd' LflllllD£R£TT£ •i mi A, bindii CLMrtc LAUNDRYS Free Soap - Bleach - Bluing COMPLETE DRYER SERVICE Ironing Service J. B. Hutchison, Owner 621 Main Phone 2420 W H AT? A Singing Waiter WHERE? SCOTT IKS CHICKEN INN Am i Tiirockmokton Y( Have tin Jlrsl Drop liarhecw. •! Sandwiches in at — Scotties Chicken Inn West of Campus on Lincoln Way AMES SPORT SHOP Frangos Restaurant Athletic and Gym Cloth iny Delightfully Appetizing Meals ★ COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE A COMPLETE LINE OF SPORTING EQUI PM ENT ★ We Make Oar Own Ice Cream Phone 2598 2520 Lincoln Way 210 MAIN AMES, IOWA Phone 1800 One hundred sevenYates Service Station Individuality In Good Furniture Hoversten Furniture CONOCO PRODUCTS FURNITURE and FLOOR COVERINGS ★ Admiral and Gibson Refrigerators and Electric Stoves B. F. GOODRICH TIRES “Joe” Wheei.ock. Jr., Owner Thor Automagic Dishwashers and Gladirons 5th Burnett Phone 58 412 Main Phone 66 THE= DINNERS DAILY FROM 5 ALL DAY SUNDAY SERVICE UNTIL MIDNIGHT 7 DAYS , . A WEEK I EAT OUT AT HOME Dinner consists of One Whole Chicken, Southern Fried with Giblets. Shoe String Potatoes. Hot Rolls Salad DELIVERED HOT ANYWHERE IN THE CITY WITHIN 45 MINUTES A FEAST FOR 2 ★ AMPLE FOR 3 1 2 OR 1 4 ORDERS IF DESIRED DKLIVKRKP IN DJSPOSAIU.K CARTONS Phone 3700 $2.85 O nr hundred cif htCongratulations Class of 1950 ★ Moore’s Dairy PHONE 3 ( 9 42S 5t!i Street Qood Luck ■ ■ ■ Class of 1950 and Future Success • D. S. Triplett Heal Estate Insurance 240C, Main Street GENERAL Cox Roofing Filter Company Service WATER SOFTENERS FILTERS AND ★ MISCELLA NEC TS. e 223 Sherman WATER CONDITIONING PHONE 1492 EQUIPMENT FOR— Homes ★ u da stries M miici polities Si'KNCKR K. ( ox. Su. Sl’KNCKR It (’OX. Jr. Phone 226 Ames Ol.AIDK V. C()X One hundred tiinoThe Overland Cafe and Bus Depot hunt 's him si Cafe Otmt'fl and Operated by Harkaiatr liras. Co. Managed by Thos. L. Farthixu WL ejriej era fion Service ( omplete shop for rebuilding all makes of refrigeration PHONTE 1085 or 3070 529 Main Congratulations Graduates of FALL OIL CO. Skelly Petroleum Products 195° ★ Save! PITONK 1243 Ames Wholesale ★ Fruit and Grocery Don W. Gray. Owner 2nd and Klin 520 Lincoln Way One hundred tenAppliance Store AMES TRUST SAVINGS BANK "The Bank Where You Feel at Home” FATKA’S A ITU AXLE Thermogas Magic Chief Gas Ranges 529 Main Barber and Beauty Shops Automotivf A n ncies and Supplies WELCH BARBER BEAUTY SHOPS ALT.EX MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet — Buick Sales Service 123 WELCH PHONE 2929 Bicycles AMES WHEEL FRAME ALIGNMENT 00. BLAIR’S SERVICE 417 DFFF Home of Schwinn Bicycles 132 Main Phone 195 ARMSTRONG TRACTOR TRUCK CO.. Inc. Lincoln Way and Sherman Ames, Iowa Phone 3031 Book Store STUDENT SUPPLY STORE DUNLAP MOTOR COMPANY Oldsmobile - Cadillac Sales and Service Ames, Iowa Books for All Ages South of the Campus Phone 164 Boirlin(f Alley M ATH ISON MOTOR COMPANY Ford Sales Service 323 5th St. Phone 143-144 Join the Gang and Bowl at the AMES BOWLING ( ENTER •100% Main Phone 476 Story County’s Finest Used Cars MAX AND RAY DUITCH Phone 1000 228 So. Duff Cleaners and La tenderers AMES LA UN DRY MOTOR SALES SERVICE Dodge - Plymouth - Dodge Trucks Lincoln Way at Kellogg Professional Laundry Service 220 - 222 Fifth St. Phone 47 AMES PANTORI CM RED S ALTO SALVAGE Quality Cleaning. Repairing, Alterations 410 Douglas Phone 33 223 S. DUFF PHONE (515 (’oaf and Fuel SMITH MOTOR CO. DeSoto and Plymouth Dealers 319 Lincoln Way Phone 169 EDWARDS COAL COMPANY "Complete Heating Service" Phone 20 WESTERN ALTO ASSOCIATE STORE 214 Main St. Everything for the Automobile GRIFFITH FUEL CO. Heating Oils Burner Service 637 Lincoln Way Phone 3500 WHATTOFF MOTOR CO. Studebaker Sales Service 118 Hayward Phone 796 HALL COAL COMPANY 132 GRAND PHONE 24! Hanks and Investments Dairy Products AMES BUILDING LOAN ASSN. WOODLAND FARM DAIRY AMES. IOWA Dairy Products and Fountain Service 819 Lincoln Way Phone 435 On»' hundred eleven Dei sc I - Supplies Grocers DEISEL SERVICE COMPANY AM 108, 10 WA Dentists A AIKS DENTAL SOCIETY COMM I N IT V Grocery Market 114 Duff Ave. Phone 52 PARKWAY STORES ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION 7 NINTH STREET FOOD MARKET Druggists Quality Foods at -------------------------------------- Reasonable Prices CAMPUS DRUG CO 2430 LINCOLN WAY PHONE 1105 RUSHING S SUPER-YALU 202 Market — Two Stores — 320 Main DIXONS Cut Rate Drug Store Tr , Ames, Iowa latc lC rij JUDISCH BROS. PHARMACISTS Prescriptions Phone 70 We Deliver AMES HATCHERY COMPANY Chicks Equipment Poultry — Eggs 123 Kellogg Ave. Phone 1025 PETERSON DRUG CO. “Drugs etc." 2816 West Street Phone 2865 WALTER REX ALL DRUG Ames, Iowa 217 Main St. Phone 93 Dry Goods THE FAIR Dry Goods — Ready to Wear — Millinery Ames, Iowa BEST WISHES to LITTLE CYCLONES J. C. PENNEY CO. ford (ran COAST-TO-COAST ST IRES Hardware, Auto Accessories Furniture Insurance and Real Estate FARWKLL T. BROWN - HARRY F. BROWN Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. 2231 Main Phone 340 BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY Earl Holtz, Mgr. 511 Main Ames. Iowa Phone 552 Florists COE’S FLOWER SHOPS "Flowers by Wire” Phone 110 Est. 1932 Phone 111 EVERTS FLOWER SHOP "Flowers for All Occasions” 208 Main Phone 490 Glass Company LAGRANGE INSURANCE Washington National Insurance Co. 314% Main Phone 763 THE MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY If It's Insurance—We Have It 301 5th Street Phone 161 McDowell insurance agency "Insure in Sure Insurance” Phone 51 Ames, Iowa 319 Main ORNING GLASS AWNING CO. MRS. MATTIE E. OTT Auto Glass Replacement Our Specialty Real Estate 402 Main Phone 2665 Phone 3533 3141 Main Our hundred twelveTHEO. B. (TED) SANDS "Just Good I.ife Insurance” New York Life Ins. Phone 2472 or 472 Jewelers Mo vine MATTOX TRANSFER STORAGE Agent for Aero Mayflower Transit Co. 420 Main Phone 2700 MAURICE D. BATES, JEWELER Diamonds - Watches 2400 Lincoln Way Phone 2027 Xews Stand WALT’S NEWS STAND CHARLES G. RAY Jeweler 220 Main Street Phone 230-W FRANK T. TALBERT, JEWELER PHONE 820 WEAVER JEWELERY Watches - Diamonds Campus-town Phone 2940-W Lawyers RUSSELL DECKER Lawyer 310 Main Phone 3230 Optometrists JENSEN OPTICAL CO. Dr. R. T. Drummond. Opt. 216 Main Phone 1732 Paint IRVINE Paint and Wallpaper Store Artist Materials Photography HILLS STUDIO H. E. Hossle, Owner 2530 Lincoln Way Phone 347 HAROLD 0. HEGLAND 314 £ Main Street Phone 531 H1RSCHBURG REYNOLDS 300 Main Street Phone 927 Leather Goods MOSER LUGGAGE AND LEATHER STORE FINE LEATHER GOODS PHONE 3270 L anther SCHOENEMAN BROS. CO. Main and Northwestern Lumber — Paint — Coal Pipe Shop COLLEGE PIPE SHOP Sporting Goods L-Way Welch John Stuckey. Prop. Me(!LIRE’S PIPE GIFT SHOP 231 MAIN PHONE 113 PI nothing ('otn pang PALMER PLUMBING CO. Save Your Plumbing 108 Hayward Phone 1091 Power Company IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT POWER CO. 120 E. MAIN PHONE 24 Men98 Clothiers Printers JAMESON S CARTER PRESS Young Men’s Wearing Apparel Commercial Printers College Downtown 127 Welch Phone 2044 One hundred thirteenHARRISON PUBLISHING CO. Printers Lithographers 409 Douglas Phone 78 BRINTNALL’S .Standard Oil Products 416 Burnett Phone 418 Radio - Television GULLIVER RADIO TELEVISION SHOD 108 LINCOLN WAV PHONE 879 Restaurants HOFFMAN SERVICE STATION Quality Petroleum Products 5U3 Duff Phone 1274 MATHEWS SUPER SERVICE MAIN CLARK PHONE 182; BLUE WHITE SANDWICH SHOP "Back of College Savings Bank” 112 Hayward Phone 1855 WOLF S D-X SERVICE PHONE 3211 LINCOLN WAV DUFF CYCLONE GRILL "The Place to Meet—Eat” 2504 Lincoln Way Phone 1835 LTRIO 409 BURNETT PHONE 99 L-WAY CAFE Shoes BAUGE SHOE STORE 204 Main Street Shoes That Satisfy THE BIG SHOE STORE Popular Priced Footwear 240 Main Phone 601 FINE FOOD MAID-RITE SANDWICH SHOP Where Friends Meet to Eat 107 Main Phone 1892 JOIN THE GANG AT MICKEY’S JUST EAST OF THE COLLEGIAN NIBBLE NOOK DRIVE IN Booth and Car Service West on Lincoln Way Phone 3600 THE PANTRY "The Most - The Best • For the Least" 228 Main Ames, Iowa EMERHOFF’S Dependable Footwear 219 Main TRUEBLOOD’S SHOES Good Shoes 2544 Lincoln Way Phone 1004 Sporting floods MICKELSON SPORTING GOODS “Play More — Live Longer” 128 Main Phone 1188 Theaters STATE CAFE "Open at Midnight" 400 Main Phone 1848 ENTEBTA1NMENT HEADQUARTERS! The Collegian — "New Ames" Varsity and Capital Theatres Service Stations Typewriters ASHLEY D-X SERVICE Fi rest one Accesso r i es Main and Burnett Sts. Phone 760 R. E. NESS Typewriter Sales Service 4084 Douglas Phone 3233 One hundred fourteenIndex Adams. Bruce Bower, Miss Edna 9 Adams. Ghevie 30 Bowers. Dorothv Adams. Mr. Frank 8 Braland. Marilyn 31 Adams. Mr. Herbert 7 Brannberg. Ann 15.78 A hart. John Briley. Mary 16.62,65 Ahart. Paul Brayton. Bob 30. 44, 73. 80 Alcock. Diana 34.54,55.64.69 Brayton, John 15.44,74.83 Alden, Mary 30, Brut nail. Mr. N. J. 8 Alexander, Louise 30. 54. 55. 70 Brown. Keith 32. 40, 50. 56. 60. 63. 64. 66. 83 Allen. Fred 34.44.73,76 Brown. Susan 31,69.70,76 Allen. James Bruce. Bonnie 32.78 Allen. Jane 15. 62. 70. 77 Brue. O’Dale 16.51.60 Almquist. Betty 15.53 Buck. Bob Alquist, John 32. 66. 78 Burger. Nancy 16 Amme. John 35.71 Burnham, Charles 35.48.51 Andeison. Bob . 15. 56. 60. 63. 66. 72 Burnham, Louise 16.53.62 Anderson. Don Burnham. Shirley 31.70 Anderson. Ruth 15.55. 57.62.70,78.79,85 Byrus, Bob 16.63 Anderson. Ton» 36 Arnev. Don 14. 15. 44.49,56. 60. 63.83 Canvin. Miss Madeline 9 Arnold, Charles . 15.63.79 Carney. Richard . Arnold. Mary Jane 64. 69.70.77 Carpenter. Bette 16 Arthur, Phillip . Carr, Gary 16. 40 Aurand. Mr. Elmer 9 Chamberlin. Dianne 35.66.71 Champlin. Jim . 3. 14. 16. 39. 40. 41.56. 68. 74. 76. 77 Baker, Ruth . . . 35, 61, 1 Christenson. Stanley 66 Baker. Shirley . . 35.55,62.65.71 Clark. John 36.42 Ballard, Joyce 15 Clauson. Boyd 16.64.79 Bappe. Art 15.79 Cleary. Sally 16.65.78 Bappe, David . 15. Cody. Helen 16 Barnard. Ben 34 Cole. Esther 32 Barnard, Marcia 32. 57. 66 Comstock. Marlys 16.53.54. 55 Barnard. Tom 15. 39. 40. 41.49.51. 56. 63 Cooke. Amy . 32,67,71. 76 Barnes. Arthur Corbin. Otis . . . . . . 16 Bates. Robert . 15.79 Covey, Mr. Hiram Beach. Iona 31 Cox, Dick, Beeman. Bob 31 Cunningham. Mr. Ray 8 Bear. Norman . 15.40 Crosley. Richard 34,42 Beckley, Willa 15.53 Culbertson. Ellen 16,68.77 Begg. Ronnie 35. 48. 65. 69 Culbertson. Dick 34.65,69 Bell. Audrey 36 Bengston. Clarice Dahl. Ruth 16,64,66.67.78 Bergeson, Bob . . 30,40 Dale, Norman 16.40 Berhow. Conrad Daniels. Arlene 16.53.62,80 Berhow. Jim . 32.40 Davis. Marlene 16.57,72 Berhow. Ramona 34.65.71 Davis. Ruth 32.57.78 Blayney, Colleen 32.62.70 Day. Dick (Jr.) Bloemke, Marilyn . 35 Day. Richard 35 Blyth, James 15 Day, Mr. Richard 10.66.67 Bork. Larry 15.66.67 Deal. Roger 31 Bourne, Boh Dickinson, Mrs. Elizabeth . . . . 9,78 Bourne. Virginia 34.65.66 Dilts, Evelyn 67 One hundred fifteenDills, Peggy 67 Hagen. Richard 35 Disbrowo. Alyce 36 Hahn, Patricia 17 Dodge, Robert Hahn, Robert 71 Dunlap, Dick 17.73 Malden. Mary 35. 53. 55. 57. 65. 71 Durby, Opal 36.54.62 Hall. Dick Dyas, Jim 32 Hall. Jody . . 30,57.69,70.78 Dyer, Eugene 30 Hamilton. Mary Jo . 35.55.71 Hammond. Merlyn 36.42.65 Earl, Thomas, 86 Hansen. Eloise 36. 62. 65 Easier. Mr. Ronald 9.73 Hansen. Merle . 36.42.48 Edwards. Iris 17 Harestad, Helen 36.65.71 Edwards, Normand 17 Harlan. Dick Egemo, Barbara 34.65.71 28. 30. 39. 40. 41.44. 49. 56. 60. 63. 73. 74. 80. 83 Elliot, Mrs. Rose 11 Harper. Mary 30.62.77 Elliott, Mrs. Grayce 6 Harper. Patty Elwell. Elaine Harris. Dick Elwell, Stan 30.44 Hartt, Mr. Donald 11.50.72 Emerson, Ralph 36. 42. 48 Hauber. Norma 17 Engelland, Mr. Will . 9.14 Haverly, Sally 17,70 Englehorn. Jim 32.70.79 Hayenga, Keith . . . . . 66 Erickson, Lucille Hayenga. Mary Healy, Mary 18 Ferguson, Jack 31 Hedrick. Norma 3.31.53, Ferguson, John 42.66 Henaman. Myrna 53. 66. 69 Finch. Mary Lou 31 Henry. Dean . 31 Fiori, Dick 30,70 Henry, Lyell . Fisher. Delores 30.70 Hevwood. Barbara Pitch. Dewey 17.40,56.60 Hicks. Jim 35. 42 Fitzsimmons, Susan Highbarger, Mary Jo .,69.70.78 Fletcher, Delores Hoffman. Jo Ann F'owler, Dick Hoffman. James 18 Francis. Nancy 32.53 Hohenshell, Carol 31.70 Frazier. Annette 35.65.71 Holcomb. Joan . 30. 62. 66. 69. 70. 72 Friedrich. Reinhard 17, 63.64.66 Holdredge, Joyce 30. 62. 66 Fuller. Charlene 35.55 Holdredge. Marilyn 18 Holl. Beth Gallagher, Betty 17 Holmes, Charles 42.48.65 Gallagher. Margaret 36.62 Holmes. John 32. 40. 48. 49. 63. 65 Galligan, Jim Holst. Barry 36.42 Garfield, Carol 36 Honsinger. Larry 34.48.79 Gaskill, Jane 28. 32. 62. 65. 70. 78 Hoover. Edna 18.62 Gerbrach. Jan . . . . 17,55,77,78 Hove. Richard 34 Getz. Margaret 14. Howell. Bud 32. 63.66 Getz. Nancy Howell. Mr. Frank . 8 Gilbert, Charles 34.65 Howerton. Ray 18.40 Gilman. Henry 64 Huntley. Jim 35.42 Gillpatrick. Roberta Hurlburt, Pat Gore, Miss Beverly Hutchens. Norma 31.70 Gore. Jim Hutchison, Jack 18.59 Gore. Sharon 34.65.71 Hvler. Barbara . 31.70.78 Gord, June 17.55 Grange. Mr. Floyd 80 Imsland. Joan . 30.70.78 Grant. Catherine 34.62.64. 71 Irvine. Alice Gray, Joyce GrifTin. Al 66 Jackman. Grace Griffin, Robert 17.40.66 Jackson. Bill 35. 72. 74 Griffith, Edgar Jager, Renee 36.50 14.17. 40. 44. 49. 56. 60. 63. 64. 74. 76. 83. 86 James. Dean 36.66 Griffith. Elaine 17.57.62,64,65,77.86 James. Don 34 Gulliver, Lorraine 30.64.70 Jarvis. Mr. John 11 Onr hundred sixteenJehlik, Dave 18.66.67 Martin. Elizabeth L. . . Jehlik. Don 34. 65, 66. 67 Martin, Marian .... 3o. 62. 64. 69. 77 John, Ed ... Martin. Pauline 32. 62. 65 Johndreau, Dave 11.18, 51. 60. 63. 72 Martin. Ruth .... . 34. 65 Johndreau. Kaye . 35.55,65,71 Mavwald. Ann ... 35. 54.55.62. 65,69. 71 Johns, Edward . 18.65,73 McCoy, Janet .... . Johns, Robert . 18,73 McDaniel. Gordon 19. 40. 49 Johnson. Bill McDowell. Tom 32. 50. 79 Johnson. Don . 35. 42. 48. 63. 71 McElyea, Janet .... Johnson. Jerry 35.71 McFarland, Sandra 34.71 Johnston. Kay . 31.67.78 McGuire. Marcia . . 35.54.55, Jones. Betty Lou 18.53.66 McGuire. Pat .... . 35.55 Jones. Darlene 30. 70 McNally. Miss Mary 11.72 Jorgenson, Naomi 18.55.62 McPherson. Marilyn 31. 78 Joy. Ed 30 Meld rum. Judy .... 35. 54. 55. 65. 69. 71 Judge. Francis . 36.42.71 Mendon. Jane .,57. 62. 74. 76. 77. 85. 86 Judge. John . Mezvinsky. Norton 19. 40. 56. 60, 63. 77 Judge. Martha Midgorden, John .... . Mikkelsen. Joan .... 19 Kelley. Norma Miller, Margot .... 30. 57. 65. 69. 70 Kelley. Pat 18.40.50 Miller, Mike 34.71 Kelley. Phyllis . 36. 65. 71 Miller. Miss Jean .... . 11 Kelley. Jim . Miller, Miss Ruth . . . . . 9. 62. 63. 67 Kellogg, Virginia 55.64.67 Milliken, Irwin .... 32.40, 44. 49.56. 63 Kennedy, Robert 36 Moklebust. Leon 34.42,71 Kennedy, Sam . 32,51.65 Monroe. Ruth 31.65.70 Kingkade. Dean 32.49 Moore. Connie .... 30 Kjerland, Don . . 18.66 Moore. Vada .... 34.71 Klein. Marilyn . . . 31.53.55. 65 Morris. Chloe .... 31 Klockentager. Louphena 34 Morrissey, Pat .... 19. 53. 54. 65. 80 Knox, Lynn . 30. 69. 70. 80 Mullica. James .... . 35,51.69 Knuths. Anne Mumm. Richard 14. 19. 40, 49. 60. 74 Knutson. Marilyn 30.64.69 Munn. Elizabeth 36. 65. 78 Knutson. Sterling 32 Munson. Bob .... 30.51.70 Kooser, Ronnie . 32. 64. 80 Munson. Marion .... . 30 Kruger, Jack . 34.42 Munson. Pat .... . 30.69 Kurtz. Jerry Murphy. Charles . 35. 65 Murray. Jean .... . Lackore, Gene Musser. John 36 Lake, Rod 32. 54 LaGrange. Susan Myers, Stan . Lane. Paul 30 Lechner. Carla 66 Nass. Gloria . Lee. Bill . Nelson. Miss Charlotte 10. 62. 68. 69 Lee. Bob . . 35.71 Nichols. John .... 30, 40. 49. 63. 70. 77 Lewis. Velma 35 Nigh. Karen .... 32. 62 Lillard. LaWanda 19 Nigh. Larry . 19 Lillard. Norma . . . . 35.55 Nordin, Joyce .... 34 Lilly. John 31.40.51 Norman. Ann Lee 31 Litchfield, Betty Norman. Mr. Ron 9, Litchfield. Charles 36 Norton. Marilyn MacAfee, Beverly . 36.71 Obrecht. Dean .... 19 Malander. Mary 66. 67 O'Brien. Janet .... Malander. Phyllis O’Brien. Patricia .... . Mallo. Mary Sue 34.71 Ogg. Beverly .... 67 Maney, John 60.63.65,76 Ohlsen. Bill Maney. Mrs. T. J. 8 Olson. Harold . 14.19,39.40. 41. 56. 63. 76. 83. 86 Martin. Don 36. 42. 48 Olson. Lee 32 Martin. Elizabeth A. 19,62,65.66.67 Olsson. Ernest .... 14.22 One hundred seventeenO’Noll, Miss Mary Osborne, Eugene Oft, Beverly Page. Mr. Kenneth Parsons, Dorothy Paul. Mr. Aldrich Paulson, Keith Paustian, Muriel Pearson, Phillip Penly, Edna Penner, Miss Helen Penquite, Janies Peters, Robert Peterson. Aldor Peterson. Rob Peterson. LaVonne Peterson. Patricia Peterson. Richard Peterson. Tom Piercy, Dr. K. C. Pierre, I.ouise Pierson. Phyllis Piper. Nick Platt. Don Porter. Lois Pote. Jerry Potee. Wilma Price, Donna Quade, Charles Rath, Helen Read, Patsy Rex, Miss Wanda Rierson. Bonnie Rierson, Mary Ritland. Mr. Everett Roberson. Darlene Roberson. Jon Robertson. Lois Robinson. George Robinson, Norman Robinson. Miss Opal Robinson. Wayne Roelofsen, Norma Rot backer. Eleanor Rouze, Don Rowe. Kenneth Ryan, Donna Safly, Dean Salisbury, Maurice Sands. Norman Sass, Paul Sawyer. Janet Sayre. Miss Laura Schafroth, Shirley Schanche. Art Schanche, Catherine 31.40 19. 57.63. 72. 77 10 1 1.20.14. 53. 54. 56.68. 76 .......................9 36, 48, 50. 63. 66 36. 66 20. 40. 49. 60. 66 20. 62 10.80 .......................42 34,51.71 20,40.41.49,56.79 . 20. 55. 57. 62. 77 36 35. 48. 63 36. 42 ...................8 32,57.65,69.70 20.64.70 . 30,64.69.78 .......................50 20. 55. 78. 80 31.71.78 . 20 31,54.62 .............................31 ..............................9.57 34. 71 . 20. 57. 62. 68. 70. 76 . 9.60,74 ....................20.77 ....................34. 73 . 30. 65. 70 20. 66. 73 20. 50. 66. 73 . 10,53.57 ....................20 20. 54. 55. 57. 62, 66. 77. 83. 85 32. 53. 54. 65. 69. 72. 77 32.57,74,76 . 20. 70. 79 31.64 .....................20 . 30. 40. 65. 66. 79. 80 30. 64 ....................6 34.65.71 20,51.64.70 Scheuermann. Beverly Schmidt. Margot Scbory. Dick Schwarte, Mary Seaman. Elizabeth Seversike, Marilyn . Severson. Ruth Shaffer, Tim Sbeaffer. Miss Mary Shepherd. Gordon Sherman. Barbara Shipp. Grantland Shore, Howard Shrake, Janet Simcoke, Richard Simmering. Mr. Lawrence Skarshaug. Mrs. Eva Slaicliert, Mr. William Snialling, Mr. Ray Smith, Catherine Smith, Dave Smith. Dee Ann Smith. Martin Smith, Pat Soma, Ardis Sowers, Joe Sowers. Mark Spangler. Bob Spear, Gerold Sponsler, Don Stacy, Ann Stahlman. Nancy Steele. Patsy Stein. Winifred Stewart, Kent Stoaks. Helen Stock. Joan Stoddard. Mary Jean Stuber, Dick Stuber. Martha . 3.21. Sumberg. Bill Sutter, Larry Taft. David Talcott, Marion Taylor. Bob Taylor. Dr. J. D. . Templeton, Don Ter rones. Jesse Thomas. Claire Thompson. Ethel Thorburn. Charles Tish, Betty Todd. Joan Toresdahl. Elizabeth Toresdahl, LaVerne Townsend, Audrey Triplett, James Tripp, Richard Trumbower, Stan 20. 55. 62. 69. 77. 78 20. 66. 67. 68 66. 67 . . 31.62.70,77.73 . 30.62 32.53 30.40.70 ...................10 . . ......................32 . 31,70 34.65.73 ...................10 ...................8 . 11,51 . 10.51 ...................21 . 35.71 31. 65 35 . 35.65,71.80 ...................66 ...................21 21.49.56 56.65.74 . 21,40 34 35. 71 . 36. 53. 69. 71 . . 21,70.78 . 36.65 14. 21.54. 62. 70. 72. 76. 79 32, 65, 67 . : . 36.42.48 . 85. 86 . 31.44 34. 42 30. 66 ...................21 ..................8 . . . • • 34 30. 63 34.62,65.76 32,57.64 32, 49. 56. 66 ......................78 ...................21 . 35.55,65,71 ......................79 21.57,77.78 . 35.48.49 . One hundred ei ihtcvn Trump, Mr. Richard . 10,73.76 Wetteland. Jean 22 Turpin, Helen 21.62,80 White. Francis 36 White, Jack 30 Uthe, Mary 32 Wilcox. .Miss Edna . 10.62 Utter. Dale 21 Wilcox. Jack . 30,40 Utter. 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